Two German brands shake hands to create an upgrading package for a third German brand. We are talking here about KTW Tuning that decided to work together with Brabus and change the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon. So combining these three important names in the auto world, we will certainly find out what German perfection means.
KTW started working on the Mercedes-Benz E 350 CDI model and asked help from Brabus to change the engine configuration. As a consequence of this agreement, the upgraded Mercedes got from 228 bhp (170 kW) to 308 bhp (230 kW) with the aid of an ECO PowerXtra D65 kit. Brabus couldn’t resist without providing the exhaust system and also the 19-inch monobloc alloys wrapped in Pirelli tires.
As for the KTW’s part of this adventure, the tuning company has equipped the Mercedes-Benz E 350 CDI a different front skirt, a sporty grille, some updated fenders, sill trims and various badges and emblems. The number of changes go on as the tuner also opted for window foliation, aluminum pedal pads and Brabus door sills. This entire upgrading kit can be ordered for 18,999 EUR.
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