The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is considered among the favorite luxury vehicles in the midsize luxury segment. It provides owners an interesting combination of performance, safety and comfort. MED Design recently gave the E-Class a wide-body kit for the Convertible and Coupe models, as indicated on a recent gtspirit.com report.
A teaser video for the wide-body kit was initially released near the end of last year by the aftermarket tuning specialist. The wide-body kit gives the E-Class a distinctive new bumper that features a lower splitter section and redesigned ai intakes. The MEC Design logo is also found on the blacked out grille of the luxury vehicle.
The aesthetic changes on the luxury vehicle also included a brand-new set of 20-inch meCCon alloy wheels and new bonnet along with extended side skits that have an option for LED lights. MED Design also provided the E-Class with a 5-piece rear spoiler, side panel rear attachments, and the MED Design quad pipe muffler featuring the Earthquake sound version.
The interior was also enhanced with Piano black inserts featuring the logos of MEC Design along with a customized sports-steering wheel, which are clad in Piano black trim along with Alcantara. These enhancements provide users with the extra grip they are looking for in a luxury vehicle.
Although the enhancements on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class make it appear more powerful than before, MEC Design did not make any modifications on its power output. The only modification made by the well-known tuning company was an adjustment on its suspension, which was a necessity.
The new wide-body kit for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class is expected to enter the market by April.