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Carlsson styling package for W205 C–Class AMG Sport

Carlsson has come up with a host goodies for the new W205 Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The list includes a new aerodynamic styling package, adjustable sports suspension, various alloy wheel designs, as well as interior trim options.

Carlsson W205 C–Class AMG Sport front side

The aero package consists of a front lip spoiler to replace the AMG air-splitter, a new rear spoiler that stretches over the rear taillights, and a sporty rear diffuser that houses Carlsson’s signature exhaust tips.

The Carlsson crew have put together with two suspension kits depending on customer preference. The first of the two consists of new sports springs that work with the factory dampers, and the second kit is a height-adjustable coil-over setup that’s got people who attend track days in mind.

Carlsson W205 C–Class AMG Sport rear

Carlsson says it has come up with both elegant and sporting wheels to compliment the C-Class. The Carlsson 1/10 wheel comes in both Brilliant and Titanium Editions, ranging from 18 to 20-inch. Graphite Edition 1/10 wheels can also be ordered in 19 and 20-inch. Lastly there’s the 1/16 RS design that comes in Diamond or Titanium Editions, also available in 18, 19, and 20-inch.

Customers can also choose to create a bespoke interior that can be created from Carlsson’s Signature Line samples, or completely custom. Everything from polished scuff plates with an illuminated Carlsson logo, Carlsson insignia embossed into the seats, to unique pedal sets, or wood and carbon fibre trim inserts. A four-piece floor mat set is also available in black velour with the Carlsson logo in white stitching.

Carlsson states that performance improvements for all engine variants are currently under development.

Josh was one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine for a few years, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist for The Project Group.