Atelier Kahn introduced a very stylish version of the pickup truck Mercedes X-ClassSeptember 22, 2019
A tuning company from the UK has seriously worked on changing the external and internal appearance of the German pickup. The starting price for this version of the model, regardless of whether it is equipped with a gasoline or diesel engine, is £ 24,000
Kahn is a UK-based automotive fashion house that has been modifying cars for its unique and unique style for over 20 years. Recently, they turned their attention to the German Mercedes X-Class pickup and I must say, after all the work was completed, the car began to look very, very stylish!
It was decided not to make any changes to the power plant of the premium truck, as well as to improve its off-road capabilities, instead, the guys decided to focus on a serious modification of the external and internal appearance of the car. To get started, all the outer chrome has been removed and replaced with a more elegant black finish.
To further distinguish the upgraded Kahn X-Class from the production version of the German pickup, a completely new front bumper was created. This exterior detail that blends well with the large AMG GT-style false radiator grille greatly changes the look of the Mercedes X-Class. Also worth noting is the set of massive 22-inch wheels, which are available in silver or full black finish.
Inside, there are front and rear seats covered in contrasting quilted leather. Door cards, dashboard and gear knob received the same leather lining. The price for the upgraded version of the pickup, regardless of whether it is equipped with a gasoline or diesel engine, is £ 24,000. Also on sale is the flagship performance of a pickup truck with a V6 gasoline engine for 54,999 pounds
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