Prior Design Unveils PD500 Body Kit for Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan


The German tuning outfit has added a sense of style and precision to the sedan.

Prior Design has taken the relatively conservative design of the new E-Class and emphasized its latent sporting and power characteristics while improving the car's aerodynamic properties with its new PD500 body kit. Their aim was to match the original sharp-edged styling of the sedan and create a more aggressive look. At the front there's a new bumper with larger intakes that accommodates the stock LED running lights.

A pair of side skirts runs to the rear fender and a new rear bumper features a dual exhaust cutout. No performance or interior enhancements were made. Pricing for the body kit components has not been released.

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