Germany’s aftermarket specialists Inden Design have decided to try out a complete modern restomod project – they took a 2015 C63 AMG Coupe Edition 507 and converted it into complete Black Series specification with original parts.
Inden’s engieners had no mercy for the Edition 507 C63 Coupe and stripped the performance machine down to the bare bone chassis, rebuilding it with a target to deliver even more performance. The stock suspension for example has been replaced with a set of KW Club Sport coilovers, with radar and other safety sensors surrounding the car, elements that weren’t actually on offer with the Black Series initially. The build made sure the Black Series elements – wider fenders, side sills, unique bumpers, and carbon fiber diffuser all fit like they were installed in Mercedes’ plant – they even painstakingly dismantled everything to make sure the hinges got painted the appropriate color.
Inden Design on the other hand did stray from the original Black Series project by getting rid of the original multi-spoke wheels with a metal finish, and instead opted for a set of BBS F1 Y-spoke wheels, 8.75Jx19 in front and 12.0Jx19 at the back. The tuner opted for a satin black powdered procedure, with polished rims for a touch of elegance. Inden Design unfortunately didn’t say anything about the powertrain – the Edition 507 and Black Series have different mods of the naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V8. The former has 500 horsepower (373 kilowatts) and 450 pound-feet (610 Newton-meters) of torque while the latter goes to 510 hp (380 kW) and 457 lb-ft (620 Nm).