Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabrio by Piecha Design image

The German aftermarket specialists at Piecha Design have recently revealed an upgrade package for the Mercedes-Benz Coupe and Cabrio, in order to celebrate 30 years in the business.

According to Piecha Design, the body kit for the Mercedes-Benz Coupe and Cabrio has been inspired by AMG’s styling, and this includes the add-on for the front lower spoiler, the rear diffuser with quad tipped dual exhaust system, the three-piece rear spoiler and a few other design features, like the LEDs fitted on each side for added lighted to the ground.

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Cabrio are now standing on 8.5×19-inch rims in the front and 9.5×19-inch rims at the rear, wrapped in 225/35 and 255/30 tires front to rear. The two models are also coming with a modified suspension which is lowering the ride height by 30 mm, but hub spacers, ranging in size from 24 to 400 mm per axle are also available.

Besides the features mentioned above, the two Mercedes-Benzs Coupe and Cabrio are also coming with a Power Converter CS-RC, which is eliminating the sluggish accelerator response so in return, shifting gears is done faster. A more responsive vario roof module has been offered for the Cabrio version, which is allowing the roof to be opened and closed at speeds up to 40 km/h at the touch of a button. There is no word on performance features or price list for the upgrades just yet.