2011 Mercedes E63 AMG Wagon by GWA-Tuning

2011 Mercedes E63 AMG Wagon by GWA-Tuning, 1300, 18.06.2010
2011 Mercedes E63 AMG Wagon by GWA-Tuning, 1300, 18.06.2010

Tuning package includes a full body kit and new wheels

Texan engineer/tuner Arturo Alonso has a made-in-Germany body kit for the 2011 Mercedes E63 AMG estate/wagon.

Alonso's new company GWA-Tuning developed the kit at its facility in Germany. The kit includes a front bumper with carbon vents and spoiler with LED running lights, a new grill and new brake cooling vents. At the sides are skirts with cooling ducts for the rear brakes and carbon fiber pillar trim. At the rear is a carbon fiber diffuser fitted with an LED fog lamp and a roof spoiler.

The tuning package also offers a set of 5-spoke GWA wheels as optional - 19x8.5 at the front and 20x10 at the rear. Valvetronic exhaust pipes that can be made louder at the touch of a button are also an option. There is a lowering module available too.

For the inside there are GWA aluminum pedals and foot rest and an illuminated logo for the door sills.

Prices will be around €15,000 ($18,517) for the basic body kit while a fully-optioned package will run around €22,000 ($27,158).

Source: GWA-Tuning

The station wagon body style is entering an era of rebirth. In fact, station wagons are getting more popular every day. Applying their expertise of turning the ordinary into extraordinary, GWA-TUNING is releasing their new body kit for the 2011 Mercedes E63 estate (S212). The kit consists of a front bumper spoiler with LED daytime running lights, extra brake cooling ducts, a special grille (similar to the one used on the CLK model), side skirts with rear brake cooling vents, a carbon fiber rear diffuser with integrated LED fog light, a roof spoiler, front fenders with carbon fiber vents, mirror covers and pillar trim, also in carbon fiber.

In addition to the basic kit, there is also the option to stagger the wheels with 19X8.5 in front and 20X10 in the rear, add 5 spoke GWA wheels painted to the color of your choice, a special lowering module, and rear Valvetronic mufflers that open loud at the touch of a switch. The interior remains untouched, except for the special GWA brushed aluminum pedals with foot rest and illuminated logo door sills.

The body kit is estimated at 15,000 Euro, and the fully optioned model as seen in the images runs close to 22,000 Euro. For more information and ordering, contact them at info[at]gwa-tuning.com


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vilivo vilivo
Well, now, pay extra to have your merc look like a chrysler, whats next, a Focus RS badge on the SLS? Mind you, latest survey puts ford on top for quality, so that might actualy be an improvement... (BTW, I have no speciffic preff. Im just sayin how it looks 2 me)
Jun 20th, 2010 4:06am
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Hellbound Hellbound
I secretly lust after an AMG E-class estate in black with the option of 2 rear facing seats in the boot. That would make it the fastest 7 seater on the planet (unless you let Brabus fettle with it I guess). This tuned example just makes a grown ups car look rather silly.
Jun 20th, 2010 2:00am
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AllTheWay AllTheWay
Jun 19th, 2010 5:07am
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BabyMilo BabyMilo
This just looks stupid on so many levels
Jun 19th, 2010 1:52am
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Tuning for Gangsta Rappers
Jun 18th, 2010 11:38pm
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Batista Batista
This car can be used for fast transporting dead people...
Jun 18th, 2010 9:28pm
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AmazingJerry AmazingJerry
Finally someone has used the estate to show their kit. I personally like the estate better than the sedan. Looks amazing.
Jun 18th, 2010 9:20pm
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pxsupply pxsupply
At first glance I really thought this was the Cadillac CTS-V Wagon.....
Jun 18th, 2010 9:08pm
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supercharged supercharged
me too
Jun 18th, 2010 10:22pm
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Francois Francois
It shows lack of imagination by GWA-Tuning. Basic example of failure.
Jun 18th, 2010 8:46pm
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2010S5 2010S5
I was somehow reminded of a CTS-V wagon.
Jun 18th, 2010 8:07pm
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awhk awhk
Probably the grill. Fail.
Jun 18th, 2010 8:32pm
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sensei sensei
That was my first thought when I saw saw the thumbnail before I read the title.
Jun 21st, 2010 4:23am
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