Crazy tuning: Mine is longer!
Binz Xtend Mercedes Benz E Classe station wagon tuning 2
Binz Xtend Mercedes Benz E Classe station wagon tuning 7
Binz Xtend Mercedes Benz E Classe station wagon tuning 8
Binz Xtend Mercedes Benz E Classe station wagon tuning 9
There are not many ways to humiliate the owner of a Maybach, but people at Binz know some. Obviously, not all are good ideas ...
Power at your discretion? A trifle. Any tuner with minimal experience can raise more horses under the hood than you find in Texas stud. The length of the car, however, is another story.
A endless limousine requires that kind of respect at that 99% of world population only dream. That must be very cool.
In fact, millionaires love mammoth like Rolls-Royce Phantom
and Maybach not for the royal residence luxury, but because that cars are exactly as a royal residence. Proof? Any Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7 Series can become as pompous, using individualized programs.
But put a 7 Series near a Phantom and will remain under the impression that is the valet's car. And yet - this thing with "stretching" go in any situation?
After some head, yes. More specifically, after the people at Binz head. Binz, not Benz. The company was founded in 1936 by Michael Binz, the resemblance between this name and that of the more famous Karl Benz is purely coincidental. Perhaps, as is the fact that Binz has specialized in modifying Mercedes models.
Finally, important is this: if you want a Mercedes as long as possible, call Binz. House specialty is full-stretch limousines with six doors, but recently they have devised something. Specifically, the anomaly in the images.
You have a to know that no one drew those pictures in Photoshop: is an Mercedes E-Class wagon-station... but longer. Its name is Xtend and has a total length of 5.76 meters, 86 cm above that of a normal E-Class station wagon. And 4 cm wider than a Maybach 57
The entire supplement is available between the lower and rear doors, so that besides the length of transatlantic you also benefit from a huge trunk. And I have not reached the peak of absurdity... the tuner in Lorch painted the car in a garish in color and has a shell style seats, seat belts mounted in four points, four obese wheel and optional V8 biturbo on the E 63 AMG. Yes, the one with 518 hp.
Really, who would drive a Binz Xtend? Why would he do that? If you find someone with a solid argument, write to us.
Meanwhile, we consider as such items are all so pointless as an individual in racing outfit waiting the train to come.
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