Haiger, 13. November 2008 – DTM look at the Mercedes CLK – that’s time, or? Right: In 2004, Mercedes launched a strictly limited DTM Special Series based on the AMG CLK Coupe in 2004. In 2006 followed a very similar conversion for the four-seater CLK Cabrio. The aggressive, strongly widened look of these special series has apparently also inspired Inden-Design: The tuner now offers a CLK body kit, which has a bouquet similarity with the salvation – and last sold-out – AMG edition models.
Anyone who orders the full program gets from Inden a new front-rotten, severely widened fecal airflow including wide-torn airlines as well as a diffuser insert and a carbon aircraft FURS Heck. Under the highly exhibited feces, the Hesse 19-inch alloy wheels with mixing tires: Sitting at the front 255er pneus on ten inches wide rims, the rim width applies twelve inches, and 305-rubber rollers transfer the power of the motor to the strain. In addition to a sporty appearance, a thread hailing and stabilized stabilizers with on board.
Unlike the AMG model, no compressor V8 sits under the Hood of the Inden-Mercedes, but a power-enhanced version of the now exposed 5.0-liter V8. By software update, the tuner brings the engine from 306 to 330 hp. The engine hub is disposed of its exhaust gases through a stainless steel exhaust system with two fat tailpipes. The price for the complete conversion – including a 22-piece interior carbon package – amounts 38.000 EURO.