GSC is broadening their scope. They are now applying their trademark upgrade style to brands beyond the Mercedes-Benz star.
The latest future projects from German Special Customs work in a hot-to-trot new Range Rover and even an Aventador-from-Hell called the Estatura GXX.
Using the names of brands by GSC is a bit touchy, so GSC has these future mock-ups under simplified working titles.
McLaren P1 Night Glow by German Special Customs
Which do you like best?
My choice is probably the E-Class, but I am open to debate!
Hey, if you’re not having fun on the road… you must not be driving the right car.
In America, or outside of LA, there really are not the type of upgrade and customization houses that are so popular in Germany.
Yes, you can get your windows tinted and a faulty alarm installed anywhere on the street. But few brand names with national distribution and marketing.
Germany is very different in this regard.
But this does not mean all the cars on German roads are … this custom. The home-grown auto business means many GSC customs are ordered from abroad and ultimately live abroad.
GSC handles the procurement and upgrades of a brand-new car from German sales networks. A few extra weeks of build time, and a few more for shipping: then Poof.
Custom supercar home delivery, Sir? Please sign here to confirm receipt.
By taking a brand-new car and applying a huge program of upgrades at one time — the GSC range maintains a relatively upscale take on boy-racer styling embellishments.
Or even wilder, if that floats your boat…!
Yep, GSC has a boat rendering that looks pretty cool too.
S-Class by GSC
Most of these upgrades can be ordered and installed on cars in America already, with all the details over here on the GSC page.