Binz is Back with Stretched Six-Door Benz E-Class

German coachbuilder adds over a meter to the length of the E-Class.

Having created a 19-foot-long E-Class Wagon back in 2012, and impressed the crap out of us at Geneva earlier this year, German coachbuilder Binz is back with a stretched six-door conversion of the facelifted Mercedes-Benz E-Class. Adding 1,110 mm of length, the luxury sedan has grown to 5,979 mm, with the wheelbase stretched from 2,873 to 3,985 mm. Buyers can opt for either six- or eight-passenger versions, while Binz can install consoles between the middle and rear seats, offering all three rows of seats a multi-zone climate control system.

Less than 250 kg has been added to the weight of the car, courtesy of using fiber-reinforced composite materials, while the six-door E-Class can be bought in E220, E250 CDI, E350 4MATIC and E500 variants.

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