Renntech has worked its magic again as it has created a new upgrade package for the range-topping version of the current Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
The goodies that are available for the sedan and estate body styles of the high-performance model, include carbon fiber aerodynamics front splitter with integrated air ducts, rear deck-lid spoiler for the four-door version, which costs $1,480 and the tailgate spoiler for the five-door variants, setting back future buyers for $1,640.
There is also a diffuser made for the wagon, priced at $3,380, which includes the integrated Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) exhaust tips, manufactured to resist high exhaust temperatures.
Renntech didn’t say anything on any performance modifications under the hood, so chances are the V8 produces the stock 557PS (549hp) and 700Nm (516lb-ft) of torque.
The tuner's new upgrade program should be enough to satisfy the needs of Merc' fans until the W213 E-Class will debut next week, in Detroit, and it should also keep them busy until the future E63 AMG will roll off the assembly line, probably in 2017.