Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate by SCP


Benz wagon gets an Electric Yellow wrap and the performance enhancements to go with it.

At the request of one of its customers, Steinbach-based bodywork and paint specialist SCP delivered this Mercedes-Benz E-Class (S211) Estate wagon. SCP's first task was to add a pair of AMG bumpers, with the front piece receiving a glossy black lip spoiler. In order to house a monster set of 20-inch PP-Exclusive Crown Jewel rims, the wheel arches had to be widened by around 1.5 cm. Other aesthetic changes include LED upgrades for the tinted headlights and rear clusters, and a full Electric Yellow Metallic foil wrap courtesy of Cam Shaft.

Mechanical upgrades consist of a stainless steel exhaust with quad pipes, a K&N air filter, and KAW springs and Bilstein sports dampers that lowers the ride height by 7 cm. The result is a school bus that we would have loved to have been driven to school in.

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