Kahn Design showed the “evil” version of the premium Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickupAugust 19, 2020
Atelier Kahn Design has presented its version of a premium German pickup. The car has received visual changes and I must say that it looks very stylish now. Buyers have a huge list of available options available, even bulletproof glass for this truck.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is no longer in production, but Kahn Design is showing that the pickup is still alive – the company has shown a modified version of the car. According to representatives of the company, the truck is made in the style of design, which is called “army chic”. The company is asking for £ 63,999 for the truck.
The German truck received a tubular metal bumper protection and an updated false radiator grille with vertical stripes.
Wider fenders cover a set of 22-inch wheels with five sets of double-spokes and ventilated parts around the rims. There are also side steps under the doors. The entire body is painted black with a 3D texture.
If customers want to further emphasize the army chic aesthetic, Kahn offers additional bulletproof glass. The company claims that the material it uses is lighter than what armored vehicles typically use.
Inside, the seats are newly upholstered in high-quality leather. The company adds quilted sections throughout the cabin and uses contrasting stitching to maximize certain interior elements. There are also red stripes that add extra flavor to the interior.
Mercedes-Benz has stopped selling the X-Class pickup in part due to weak demand. The automaker admitted that the truck was too expensive for some markets and only managed to sell 15,300 units worldwide in 2019. The company was looking to cut costs, and moving away from the slow-selling car was part of that decision.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Inkas presented the armored SUV Mercedes-AMG G63. Renowned company Inkas has unveiled an armored version of the high-performance Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV. The car received an increased wheelbase and a luxurious interior.
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