MS Design


MS Design

MS Design (Full name: MS Design Autotuning GmbH) is an Austrian-based bodykit designer and manufacturer. It started in 1983 with two employees as KFZ Santer Huben, an Opel and Suzuki dealer. In 1986, it had become MS Design and now had 5 employees. It also begun production of GFK products. A year later, it began model and mould component production, and started PU-RIM production as well. By 1992 it had 40 employees and was the largest supplier of rear and top spoilers with a third brake light. By 1998 it had 87 employees and had begun injection moulding its products. By 2002 it had 240 employees, and had gained the capacity to manufacture bumpers to create full body kits.

It currently manufactures parts for Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Chrysler, FIAT, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Nissan, Opel/Vauxhall, Renault, SEAT, Škoda, Smart, Toyota, Volvo and Volkswagen. From this line up they cater for over 500 models. They also have their own range of alloy wheels and a paint shop.

MS Design also undertakes to create demonstration cars for use at trade shows and exhibitions, and there are often many to be bought on their website.

[http://www.MS-Design.com MS Design's own website]


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