SR Auto Group’s “SINISTER” Mercedes CLS Is Truly Magnificent

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Slammed, blacked-out, with 20-inch wheels and sick body kit, Mercedes’ luxury coupe has never looked so mean.

Sinister Mercedes CLS by SR Auto Groups
SR Auto Group has been a premier automotive tuning boutique in Vancouver and has been known as a one stop destination for suspension, performance upgrades, aerodynamics, exotic and luxury wheels for some time. The tuner has been a premium destination for auto tuning for quite some time now though the tuner seems to have upped the ante for itself with its creation which the tuner has christened the Sinister Mercedes CLS.

Mercedes CLS Sinister by SR Auto Groups
Born from a Mercedes CLS, the vehicle is designed to be a looker and that is precisely what it is. The Merc has been given a Sinister Black finish that makes the vehicle look all the more posh. The vehicle has also been given a gorgeous aero kit that comes complete with trunk and roof spoilers, a massive rear lip, side skirts, attractive new front fenders and a new front bumper.

Lorinser kit Mercedes CLS Sinister by SR Auto Groups
All the aero fitments on the model were sourced from Lorinser. The blacked-out Merc-Benz’s glossy piano look is perfectly balanced out with a set of 20-inch triple-due-spoke alloy wheels from PUR Wheels. The full styling kit gives the model its swagger with extremely wide fenders and side vents that play up the design of the bumpers.

Mercedes CLS Sinister by SR Auto Groups wheels
The cosmetic package fits in perfectly with the 5IVE Depth wheels which measures 20 x 8.5 at the front and 20 x 11 at the rear and it has also been topped off with a suspension lowering system from Basics. Awesomely aggressive and mean, the model features a menacing theme which is enhanced by the face and lip in Gloss Modern Black on the wheels.

Lorinser sport exhaust completes the package, because a car that looks so nasty, must sound dirty as well.

Mercedes CLS Sinister by SR Auto Groups rear end

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