Prior Design widebody Mercedes S Class Coupe is machismo at the extreme image

We’re used to sampling our Mercedes-Benz coupes in a classy and upscale environment – perhaps a golf club, perhaps a seaside resort – and not indulge in drag race sports trials against other monsters like the Japanese Godzilla (aka GT-R).

But Prior Design seems to think the latter is the best case scenario, which is why they took the S Class Coupe – which by any standards is a large car – and decided they need to make it seem as nimble as a professional pole dancer. Prior Design has thus devised the PD75SC package which comes first and foremost with 20 centimeters (8 inches) of increased width. And the aftermarket specialist hasn’t taken the leisure approach – because pretty much every part of the S Class has been modified. There are new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, hood, rear air diffuser, and of course a huge rear wing.

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The new stainless steel exhaust system with throttle control is in charge of providing a more exquisite soundtrack every time the driver needs while PD4 forged wheels in 22 inch will complete the exterior looks. Inside the owner will get Nappa and Alcantara leather – but for now we don’t have any information about potential power alterations – though the AMG versions should be a great basis to start from.