With the recently unveiled 2010 E-class slated to hit showrooms in a matter of months, renowned Mercedes-Benz tuner Brabus is readying a throng of goodies with the enthusiast in mind.
Tweaking the new car’s exterior with what it calls a “sporty yet elegant aerodynamic enhancement kit”, Brabus modified the front and rear bumpers and fascias, and adds side skirts and a spoiler. While the “sporty” aspect of the body modifications are apparent, we’re not sure how “elegant” they are due to the awkward panel fitment and inserts that look more like cheap plastic than carbon fiber. A new series of lightweight alloy wheels are also available in several designs and sizes (17–20 inches) and come wrapped with either Pirelli or Yokohama rubber.
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