They first teased us with the kit back in April and since then, we’ve known to expect beefy air intakes, aggressive side skirts, a rear trunk lid spoiler, custom diffuser, massive custom wheels and a whole lot of carbon fiber used throughout.
Now, we can see that the final product has all of that and more. For starters, there’s more carbon fiber than even we had anticipated, especially at the rear. Next, we have a custom bonnet that’s also made entirely out of the lightweight material – something the teaser images did not feature.
Last and to be fair, probably least, the ride height has been dropped in order to make the crossover look even more sporty, not that the GLC 63 Coupe version ever had an issue with that.
Even when stock, this V8-powered so-called family car is more than capable of putting down 510 PS (503 HP) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, enough to get you from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.8 seconds. Quite impressive considering how the vehicle weighs 2,020 kg (4,453 lbs). Of course, you need to get the flagship 63 S model in order to have the car be at its best.
Other features on this TopCar-tuned one include all the custom badges and a carbon fiber grille which you can order as an optional extra.