The Polish studio Carlex Design presented a limited series of pickups built on the basis of the Mercedes-Benz X-Class. A novelty called Exy will be available in two versions: Urban and Off-Road. The circulation of each will be 999 copies.
Machines in the version of Urban will be equipped with a lowered suspension, 22-inch wheel disks, aerodynamic body kit with elements of carbon fiber, sports seats Recaro and a cargo platform cover. In the interior trim will be used red leather and carbon.
Off-road version of X-Class will receive a suspension bracket with the increased road gleam, the additional block of illumination on a roof, plastic extensions of wheel arches, a winch, steel protection of thresholds and a motor compartment.
Pick-up Mercedes-Benz X-Class debuted in the summer of 2017 at a special event in South Africa. The model is built on a Nissan Navara platform with double wishbones in front and a multi-link rear. The X-Class is equipped with turbodiesel capacity of 2.3 liters or three-liter Mercedes V6 with a capacity of 258 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque.