The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is now given another chance to shine by Carlex Design, although the premium car maker will halt the production of the model by the end of May.
Thus, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class becomes the perfect companion for the cycling enthusiasts, equipping it with a series of accessories and modifications.
The unit pictured and posted by Carlex Design wears a black and red paint scheme and is fitted with several white details that indicate the name of the tuning company, as well as the fact that it is a special edition.
The X has received a modified bonnet made of carbon fiber, featuring prominent powerdomes. Matte and glossy finish details have shown up in the blacked-out radiator grille, while the front bumper has been redesigned. The mirror cases are also made of carbon fiber, the wheel arches have been flared out, so that the vehicle seems more aggressive than ever.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class, on its way out of series production, has also received new wheels with beefy tires.
And what draws attention from the side is the all-new bike carrier, that integrates an electric lifting system. The tuner calls this the StyleRack. And it is not the only thing that bicycle enthusiasts. There is also a trailer with the same paint scheme to help them make the best out of their outdoor experience. There are no photos of the interior, but – according to Carlex Design – there are a kitchen, a bathroom and beds to accommodate four people.
The bike rack alone costs $5,429, but no word on the price of the whole package.