An S-class with 'attitude'
30 August 2006

Mercedes-Benz managed to disguise the S-class's enormous size - so German design house ASMA has reversed all of that good work with this, the Eagle I.

Looking like a prop from a Judge Dredd movie, the Eagle I features a vast, plunging front grille, different side sills and a new rear bumper. ASMA also includes vented panels in the side and rear.

Potential customers (yes, there could be a few) can choose different wheels and a sports exhaust to complete the package - and presumably add a few more dollars to the final bill.

Our view? We think it's another ghastly piece of proof that money can't buy you taste...

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