German tuning Studio Hofele Design has modified the convertible Mercedes-AMG E53, turning it into a little Maybach.
Modified Mercedes-AMG E53 was supposed to debut at the Geneva motor show and become the main object at the stand of Atelier Hofel. However, the pandemic coronavirus has made adjustments to the plans of the tuner and the presentation had to spend online, according to the Auto Informant with reference to the press service of the company.
The convertible is painted in bright color Royal Peacock Blue, which accentuate the chrome elements added on the sides. Also from the standard version of the model has a redesigned bumper with chrome surround radiator grille with vertical slats and logo Hofele, air intakes and gloss black accents on the rear bumper. To the individual style of the car is added the trim on the centre line of the hood, chrome elements on the boot trim covers side mirrors and forged 21-inch silver light-alloy disk.
The saloon model is trimmed with high-end Nappa leather in beige color “Magnolia”, which emphasizes the elements of blue “Royal Blue” that you added in the dashboard, the steering wheel, the upholstery of the seats and the door cards. For an additional feeling of exclusivity on the floor convertible bed mats of sheep wool.
The powertrain tuners did not touch. In motion Mercedes-AMG E53 still brings a 3.0-liter engine twin-turbo Inline-Six, producing 435 HP and 520 Nm of torque, which is complemented by the starter-generator 48 watts. Acceleration to hundreds of takes 4.4 seconds and a top speed limited at around 250 km/h.
The cost of an exclusive convertible version of the Mercedes-AMG E53 tuners are not disclosed.