2013 Mercedes-Benz A-Class by Inden Design and Binz review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 16 July 2013 , 08:07:40 byDan

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Mercedes-Benz A-Class by Inden Design and Binz

German model Mercedes-Benz A-Class developed for 2013 has received an aftermarket program from Inden Design and Binz. As we can see in the photo gallery, the new generation is relatively flat compared to its predecessors. The idea for the cooperation came through the trial of the noble tuner company and the sport company in Lorch. Their goal was to stir up the latest generation of the A-Class. The results obtained will draw a lot of attention to the showrooms, but we do not have a date for that yet. There is a dark grey W 176 which was already offered a jump start by factory-made AMG-optical-package. The new package offered includes front and rear bumper and side skirts as well.


At the front section a self-designed and accordingly custom-made flap from real carbon mounted over the entire width of the vehicle. Now the side skirts have been replaced and now are made of strong, ultra-light, expensive material. The standard exhaust system has to be modified to be suitable for the tailpipe openings. The BBS CH-R rims have been especially designed and measure 8.5 x 19 inch. These have been designed for the 225 / 35 R19 on the front axle and 9.5 x 19 with 255 / 30 R19 on the rear one. The engineers have also optimized the dynamics by installing a coil-over. The AMG-optical-package was supplemented with the real carbon-flap at the front just like the covers of the side skirts. There is absolutely no doubt that the cooperation between the two will have a lot of success.