In December 2014 MEC design teased his new body kit for the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet. The tuner named it Project Cerberus. It was made available to customers on January 12 of the following year.
According to Motorward MEC Design recently presented a bespoke version of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet. The car still carries the Cerberus kit, but revisions have been introduced to freshen up the package for the current year.
Compared to the older E-Class Cabrio with the Cerberus kit, the new package offers a milder look. The updates can be found in the bumpers, front spoiler lip, diffuser, tailpipes, fenders, side skirts, and hood of the car. The specialist offers its customers an optional set of LED headlights.
Buyers can also opt for new bikes to improve performance and style. The MEC Design CCd5 wheels of the meCCon series can be mounted on the convertible. It comes with 20-inch wheels wrapped with 245-inch tires at the front and 325-inch tires at the rear.
Customers can choose between different materials for the interior of the car. The selection includes Lamborghini Nappa Red leather for the upholstery and floor mats, Alcantara Red for the steering wheel and red carbon fiber accents.
In addition, the suspension, the brakes and the silencer of the E-Class Cabriolet have been improved for more driving pleasure.
Despite the weakened appearance of the E-Class Cabrio with the Cerberus kit, it remains impressive to look at. Overall, it still embodies athletic and muscular elements.