Mercedes-Benz tuning specialist Carlsson revealed its latest program to suit the current CLA-Class at this week’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
For the body Carlsson offers an aero package comprising of a front spoiler with air inlets, sculpted side skirts, a larger roof spoiler and rear bumper apron with integrated diffuser and twin apertures to accommodate new quadruple tailpipes. A separate apron for cars fitted with the AMG body kit includes air outlet grilles, while electro-polished stainless steel grille inserts can be added as an option.
Sport springs drop the CLA-Class by 35 mm, with an adjustable coilover option available for those with deeper pockets, while the factory wheels can be replaced with Carlsson’s 1/10 items in diamteters ranging from 18 to 20 inches.
Inside, Carlsson can supply anything from aluminum door pins and pedal covers or floor mats to a completely bespoke interior using such materials as leather, wood and carbon fibre.
The company also offers performance upgrades to suit all four-cylinder petrol-engined cars with its C-Tronic CB Plug & Drive module. Once connected to the car’s ECU output from the CLA 250 jumps from 157 kW (211 hp) and 350 Nm of torque to 189 kW (253 hp) and 420 Nm, while the CLA 200 goes from 116 kW (156 hp) and 250 Nm to 139 kW (187 hp) and 300 Nm.