After working on the facelifted Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Carlsson has turned its attention towards the 2014 C-Class.
Some people have criticized Mercedes-Benz for designing the all-new C-Class like a mini S-Class and now Carlsson is addressing this issue with a complete exterior makeover. Changes start at the front where the tuner installed a different front bumper equipped with side air intakes and a spoiler lip that can be optionally had in carbon fiber. The redesigned front grille features a single chrome horizontal bar with the tuner's logo and is also available with an electro-polished stainless steel mesh that can be had for the lower intakes as well.
Moving at the back, Carlsson mounted a boot lid spoiler along with chrome tailpipe surrounds built into the rear valance. The tuner is also offering 30mm lowered sport springs, beefier side skirts along with a choice of 18- to 20-inch alloy wheels available in various finishes like titanium, graphite and diamond. Changes continue on the inside with velour floor mats, wood and carbon fiber inserts, illuminated door sill scuff plates, alloy pedals and various types of leather upholstery.
Matching these visual enhancements will be a wide array of power upgrades that are currently in the works at Carlsson's headquarters in Merzig, Germany.