The guys from Carlex Design showed a tourist version of the pickup Mercedes X-ClassMarch 19, 2020
The guys from the Carlex Design design studio presented the performance of the German Mercedes X-Class pickup, which was created specifically for tourist purposes. The kit also comes with a trailer in which there is a place for four people, as well as a bathroom and kitchen.
Polish company Carlex Design presented a project of a tourist pickup based on the German Mercedes-Benz X-Class. The car comes complete with a trailer that offers ample space to relax in a comfortable environment. The company calls its project Exy Viale Bike Tour Set and promises that the re-equipment of regular versions of the Mercedes X-Class will begin soon.
Unfortunately, the studio does not provide much information about the trailer. Outside, he received a red livery with white stripes, like a pickup. The company says the interior boasts four beds, a bathroom and a kitchen.
In 2019, Pickup Design introduced a powder-coated steel bicycle rack worth 4,995 euros. That it is now located above the cargo platform of the upgraded pickup truck and can accommodate up to three bicycles. Its “landing” place is made so that there is enough space to transport other equipment in the cargo platform. When the time comes to load or unload goods, thanks to electric drives, the rack is down to facilitate handling of bicycles.
The design studio also developed an aerodynamic body kit for the pickup with carbon fiber parts, including wing extensions, hood trim, front trim, tailgate trim and rear bumper. The white stickers on the pickup body are in perfect harmony with the red paint. X-Class received 22-inch wheels with a brutal appearance, Y-shaped spokes and a decorative outer ring.
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