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The MEC Design ‘Cerberus’ is a Widebody Drop-top E-Class

MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

A sharper image.

The previous-generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet might be a bit underrated and forgotten about due to the large range of models from the German automaker, but MEC Design is making it quite memorable. The new MEC Design “Cerberus” is a sharp widebody convertible with an intimidating presence.

MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

The MEC Design Cerberus is wide and beefy with a sharp-edged style that complements the factory design language. The new kit features a more imposing face thanks to a new bumper with larger air vents and a new spoiler and splitter that sits just above the pavement. As an option, LED daytime running lights can also be fitted. Above the new fascia sits a new hood with rows of air outlets on either side.

At the front and rear, the fenders have been replaced with wider components that add a more aggressive and powerful aesthetic to the MEC Design Cerberus. These are connected by a pair of deep side skirts that can be had with optional LED lights that illuminate the ground at night.

MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

At the rear of the MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet is a new bumper with integrated diffuser that accommodates the new “Earthquake” quad stainless steel sports exhaust system protruding from either side.

MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

Armed with massive fenders, the team at MEC Design chose to give the Cerberus bigger wheels. So, the team opted to installed 20-inch MEC Design CCd5 three-piece wheels with new 245/35 ZR 20 front and 325/30 ZR20 rear tires. Each wheel sports a gloss black inner and outer barrels with Luxury Grey spokes. To finish off the new fitment, the entire vehicle is lowered with a new suspension kit.

MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

The fresh new looks continue inside the cabin of the MEC Design Cerberus. Here, the Berlin-based tuners added a new black piano lacquer trim and MEC Design graphics. A new sports steering wheel wrapped in alcantara and black piano leather faces the driver while new floor mats with Nubuck edging add a higher-end feel.

MEC Design Cerberus Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

The new MEC Design Cerberus is available for Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet models (A207) and does not include engine upgrades.

MEC Design Cerberus E-Class Cabriolet Specifications

Wheels, Tires, and Suspension:
Wheels: MEC Design meCCon CCd5 three-piece
Wheel Finish: Gloss Black inner and outer barrels, Luxury Grey spokes
Wheel Size: 20-inches
Front Tires: 245/35 ZR20
Rear Tires: 325/30 ZR20
Suspension: Lowered suspension kit

-New front bumper with optional LED daytime running lights
-Front spoiler and splitter
-New hood with integrated air outlets
-Side skirts
-Extended front and rear fenders with vents
-New rear bumper
-Rear diffuser with integrated exhaust tailpipes

-Black piano lacquer trim
-MEC Design pattern
-Sport steering wheel in alcantara with black piano trim
-Floor mats with Nubuck edging

MEC Design E-Class Cabriolet Gallery

Source: MEC Design

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