Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning

Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning

We deeply appreciate the Mercedes-Benz 190E car model, particularly when we see it in the Cosworth form, but, unfortunately, not all people have that capacity to value the beautiful and we are talking about a Russian owner who thought of obtaining a special Mercedes sedan and called it the E90 crossover. The first he did was to chop the rear end of the car and then increased the road height by fitting it with excessively thick bull bars. Side steps as well as an off-roader-style spare wheel holder were developed by using the same sort of piping. Looking at the pictures, which you can see in the gallery below and also post comments, we can somehow figure out that they come from an E-Class while the tail lights seem to have been inspired from an S-Class. Among other bespoke items, we can name the headlight guards and the stealth paint, which, in some pictures appears as shiny, while in others, it is definitely matte. Another weird item is the roof spoiler, probably made of a skateboard with a red stripe acting as a brake light.
The Russian owner and tuner at the same time gave another definition to creativity, by approaching it from a totally different perspective.


Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning image Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning image
Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning image Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning image
Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning image Mercedes-Benz 90E Fastback crossover seems a weird tuning image