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Tuning specialist A.R.T. Is known for their incredible Mercedes-Benz tuning work, particularly on those fine G Class packages. Nowthe German tuner has unveiled its latest offering: a design package for the G Class, dubbed the G-Streetline Edition Sterling.
They took a V8-equipped Mercedes-Benz G400 CDI, then gave the diesel
engine a new remapped ECU for a 41-bhp increase, giving the G-Streetline
a 292 bhp rating, with torque of 624Nm. That kind of power needs a good
exhaust system, which is why A.R.T. Provided a new sport exhaust system
that has side-mounted stainless steel pipes. Each side gets three
tailpipes, all coming in front of the rear wheel wells.
The new body kit provides the G Streetline with a wide profile. It
includes larger wheel arches, a new LED-equipped front bumper,
LED-equipped fender extensions, a bonnet that has quite a number of air
inlets, a roof spoiler that has a LED brake light, and a rear bumper
beset with LED rear and fog lamps. Additionally, the A.R.T. logo adorns
several locations of the body kit. The car’s exterior features a
two-tone finish, and prospective buyers can go for either Designo
Alanit-gret and Magno blue-black.
The interior also gets a ton of attention, with seats upholstered in
nappa leather in British Racing Green and Deisgno Anthracite Gray. The
dashboard, console and the doors’ insides are also lined with
Rounding things out are light alloy 22-inchers from the tuner’s
monoART1 line, fitted with 315/30R22 tires that should complement the
wide profile perfectly.