Constructed from a mixture of carbon fibre and Kevlar, the aero package consists of an aggressive front bumper with spoiler and LED daytime running lights, vented fender extensions, door trims, side skirts, a ventilated hood, tailgate spoiler and rear bumper with diffuser section and quadruple tailpipes.
Known for its bespoke interiors, TopCar reupholstered the cabin in a burgundy and black colour scheme to suit the owner’s wishes using coloured carbon fibre pieces, perforated leather finished with diamond stitching on the seat centres, crocodile leather on the dashboard, door inlays and seat bolsters, and Alcantara on the pillars. The vibrant cockpit also features family crests on the headrests and a 01/01 plaque on the glove box lid.
TopCar did not reveal the vehicle’s performance figures, but its does offer three levels of upgrade for the AMG 5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine, which already churns out 381 kW (518 hp) and 700 Nm of torque in factory form. Stage I yields 477 kW (640 hp) and 980 Nm, followed by Stage II which delivers 515 kW (690 hp) and 1,100 Nm, while the final option produces 567 kW (760 hp) and 1150 Nm.
If you’re interested in doing something similar to your ML 63 AMG, pricing for the body program, including fitting and painting, starts at €22,768.