Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Replica
The 300 SLR was once touted as the world’s most expensive car. The car was driven by Stirling Moss in 1955 Mille Miglia and only one unit of the car has been preserved at the Mercedes-Benz headquarters. DC used older Mercedes-Benz models to create a perfect replica of the 300 SLR. The replica was appreciated even by the international car lovers. This project by DC Design is known to be one of the most extreme and well executed projects till date.
Mahindra Reva Roadster
The Mahindra Reva was the first electric car of India. The two-seater electric car drew a lot of flak for its design and did not do well in the market. DC took the car to chop its roof and convert it into a very attractive roadster. DC also upgraded the front grille and the alloy wheels of the electric car to make it much more attractive than its stock form. The car also received a body kit that completely changed the looks of the vehicle.
The S-Class in its stock form is so elegant that not many design houses dare to touch it. DC took the S-Class S500 and painted it in electric blue colour. The Mercedes-Benz badges were blacked out to make the car look even more exotic. The car has not a single bit of chrome on its body and that elevates the bold looks of the vehicle even more.
DC Design house took the supercar and transformed it into a winning car at 2013 Parx Supercar Show. The Aventador received prism gold wrap and blacked out alloys and the roof starting from the A-Pillar. The motifs of the supercar were also blacked out to give it a bolder and unique look.
The Italian exotic car maker Maserati has some beautiful and exquisite looking models. The GranCabrio is one of the models and any car lover just can’t ignore the marvelous design lines of the vehicle. DC Design took the Maserati convertible and wrapped it in an electric blue sheet. The logos and alloy were painted in gold. The car looks brilliant after receiving the brilliant combination from DC.