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A year after their first meeting, the Palace Skateboards team and Mercedes-AMG are joining forces for a second collaboration to launch a car and capsule collection.

Drawing inspiration from big cities such as New York, Tokyo, London and Los Angeles – cities where Palace has located its physical shops – the new cars that make up the collection celebrate the cosmopolitan spirit. Four different models are presented through the ‘Affalterbach to the world’ campaign: the Mercedes-AMG A 45 S; the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4MATIC+; the Mercedes-AMG SL 63 4MATIC and the Mercedes-AMG G 63.

All of them have been painted and customised in the AMG Performance Studio in Affalterbach, and feature up to seven layers of paintwork including logos, colour changes and emblems. All interior details such as floor mats, headrests and upholstery have been perfectly thought through and carefully considered.

Mercedes-AMG A 45 S PALACE Edition “Tiger London”

A tribute to the vibrant custom car culture that was so prevalent in the UK in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. This model features a multi-coloured aesthetic and includes a large white tiger’s head on the bonnet, as well as the AMG logo on the sides.

Mercedes-AMG SL 63 4MATIC+ PALACE Edición “Sunset LA”

Combining yellow and reddish tones, this version refers to the typical Californian sunset. A 2+2 seater roadster that merges with the concept of ‘eternal summer’.

Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4MATIC+ PALACE Edition “Neon Fade New York”

Combining yellow and reddish tones, this version refers to the typical Californian sunset. A 2+2 seater roadster that merges with the concept of ‘eternal summer’.

Mercedes-AMG G 6 PALACE Edition “Space Horse Tokyo”

This version includes a nod to Japanese horse culture by including an equestrian figure in the vehicle’s flank space.

As for the clothing capsule, this second Palace x Mercedes-AMG launch unites the universe of sport with the world of fashion, with touches of street skateboard aesthetics. 23 pieces in trousers, sweatshirts, jackets, waistcoats, T-shirts, caps and hats.

 

You will be able to find the selection of garments on 25 March at 11 GMT and EDT via the Palace website.

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