Rendered tuning – The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe by X-Tomi Design

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This is one of the weirdest tuning works that we have ever seen. Not bad, just weird. Weird in a sense that makes you stuck like glue onto it. For the moment, it is just virtual. But that is just until some tuning house decides to convert the rendering into reality.

The fanciful designers in X-Tomi Design altered the looks of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe. The artists with the fertile imagination have turned the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe in some phosphorescent creation, called Liberty Walk Mercedes E-Coupe. As the name shows, the Japanese-based tuner inspired X-Tomi’s latest render. So now it all makes sense, bolt-on fenders included.

Besides the trademark bolts that get all the carbon fiber pieces together, the extra aggressive looking car also gets an aero kit consisting of a new front bumper integrating a very prominent spoiler lip, side skirts and – the picture doesn’t show them, but we assume they are there – an indispensable rear diffuser and some set of sporty quadruple tailpipes, an in-house custom for the Japanese experts in Liberty Performance.

X-Tomi Design put the car up on a new lowered air suspension system and designed wide wheels and tires to go with those and to intensify the fierce stance.

But what’s in the cargo box, Tomi? Are you trying to make this a family car? We tipped off people from the very beginning that there was something strange about this render. But back then, we couldn’t quite put our finger on it.