Mercedes-Benz E-Class W211 by Prior Design

Article by Christian A., on August 26, 2010

Prior Design revealed its freshening program for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class W211. The German styling experts gives the W211, the predecessor of the new E-Class, a fashion dress with high-end attachment parts.

The exterior is remarkably smooth with the W211 saloon ride, packing a uniquely shaped kit, which features a buffer with plastics grille, fog lamps and lateral ventilation openings at the front.

On the sides, we see a stylish set of side skirts. In addition, the ride's rear-end has been fitted with a new diffuser-like bumper, tailgate and roof edge spoilers.

With these sleek components, the Prior E-Class W211 offers an athletic but unobtrusive feel. To make the vehicle even sportier, Prior Design offers a PDW wheels set, which is mounted in the dimensions 8.5x20 at the front and 10.5x20 at the rear and.

The vehicle also gets a delicate lowering module and brand-new stainless-steel, 4-pipe sports exhaust unit.

The Prices: front bumper 599.00 Euro; fog lamps 249.00 Euro; rear bumper 599.00 Euro; side skirts set 349.00 Euro; roof edge spoiler 199.00 Euro; tail gate spoiler 199.00 Euro; set of rims 1,700.00 Euro (8.5x20 and 10.5x20, plus tyres).

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