Prior Design reveals fat new kit for Mercedes S-Class coupe

Alexi Falson

Prior Design has taken the wraps off its latest creation; a widebody kit for the already menacing Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe.


The kit is called the PD75SC, and removes nearly all Mercedes’s stock body panels and replaces them with a special widebody kit constructed from a fiberglass-duraflex blend.

As you can see from the list below, the widebody kit consists of around nine tweaks to the front and rear bumpers, side skirts, front air intakes and of course the wheel arches. The Prior Design kit makes the S-Class 20cm wider than the stock model, now standing at 2.12 metres wide. A set of forged 22-inch PD4 wheels are included to add further stance.


The PD75SC kit also offers buyers the chance to option a brand new stainless steel exhaust system with throttle control, as well as an aggressive aerodynamic three-piece rear wing, and a custom Prior Design bonnet. Buyers can customise the S-Class’s interior with an array of Alcantara and Nappa leather options too.

The Mercedes S-Class coupe fitted with the Prior Design widebody kit makes it look like an undeniably more menacing package, especially with the optional rear wing installed.

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