This is the kind of car that should have starred in the “Highway To Hell” video of AC/DC. Months after revealing the standard version of the Mercedes GLE Coupe aerokit, Top Car Inferno comes with the full version. So this is it: Top Car’s Mercedes GLE Coupe Inferno.
Made in Russia and going straight to hell. The highway fee is 20,205 euros. That is how much one needs to pay to dress his GLE 63 AMG in this carbon-fiber body. With inserts in the front and rear bumper, radiator grille, side skirts, fenders, hood, rear diffuser and every here and there, the model comes in two color combos: black and the contrasting white/black.
Instead of the world famous star logo, the GLE Inferno now scares others away with its shark emblem, the Russian tuner’s badge. The tuning house offers a variety of wheels and tires. The black beast runs on 23-inch ADV.1 wheels, while the white rolls on the 22-inch Lumma Design alloys.
In a cockpit full of carbon fiber and leather, the tuner’s logo shines from the headrests.
Such looks are matched by power. The standard 5.5-liter V8 powering the GLE 63 Coupe got a boost that took it all the way to 703 HP and 849 Nm. The S version of the SUV Coupe will get 129 HP and 159 Nm more than its standard figures: 714 HP and a 919 Nm peak torque.
Browse through the photo gallery of the beastly GLEs Inferno by Top Car!