German tuner Hofele Design pulled the digital canvas off from what should have been the hit of the Geneva Motor Show: the unique Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet by Hofele.
Shortly after the canceled Geneva Motor Show, tuning house Hofele Design introduced the world to a specially designed Mercedes-Benz EQC. The company is now taking the E 53 AMG Cabriolet by Hofele to the stage, a one-off that was meant to be the showpiece of Hofele Design in Geneva.
The openwork E-Class is dressed in a similar way to the remarkable EQC that Hofele Design presented last month. This means that the E-Class is also topped with an opulent-looking styling that gives the convertible an almost Maybach-like appearance.
The unique E-Class is sprayed in Royal Peacock Blue and is decorated by Hofele, among other things, with glossy black and chrome-colored trim parts – integrated into the bumpers too. The E 53 AMG Cabriolet gets a different grille, complete with the Hofele logo, and stands on special 21-inch wheels with a turbine-like design.
Hofele Design sticks a chrome strip lengthwise over the hood and the tailgate also appears to be the place for such a shiny strip. Because ‘more chrome’ seems to be better according to the philosophy of Hofele Design, the side is also adorned with a chrome-colored ornament.
The interior is covered with beautifully stitched nappa leather in the colors Magnolia and Royal Blue. Hofele Design folds quality leather over the top of the dashboard and the door panels have not been forgotten during the Hofele metamorphosis.
The drivetrain is not tinkered with, which means that this special Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet is ‘simply’ equipped with the 435 hp 3.0-liter six-cylinder, which takes the car to 100 km / h in about 4.5 seconds.
Those who have already pulled their wallets to order Hofele Design’s remarkable creation must act quickly. Only one copy will be available, a unique model with a price tag of € 168,929.