A Mercedes-Benz X-Class straight from the factory is already a looker compared to other pickups out there, but Prior Design thinks it could use a few visual upgrades to make it even more appealing.
There are two widebody kits, called the PD400 and PD500, one was designed to make the X-Class more off-road friendly while the other was geared towards urban drivers. Both variations feature a set of bespoke, black lightweight forged alloys wheels, which are available in 18-23 inches. At the front is where they differ.
The PD400 seems to be sporting new matte black and black plastic details, with round-shaped fog lights and some BFGoodrich all-terrain tires. A more rugged look compared to the PD500's more aggressive air intakes and thin LED strips in place of fog lights. CarScoops
says the grille has been tweaked as well and instead of the three pronged star, it has been replaced by Prior Design's own logo.
Even the interior has been upgraded to include Alcantara upholstery with contrast stitching and the tuner's logo can be added steering wheel and headrests.
Though nothing under the bonnet has been changed, there are options to modify how the X-Xlass drives with optional aftermarket suspensions and exhaust systems. They can even paint or wrap the pickup to better reflect the owner's personality.