Besides the outstanding length, aggressive appearance and especially up to 6 wheels; The off-road performance of this Mercedes-Benz X-Class is also pushed to the limit.
Although it was not long in the market, due to low sales, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup was discontinued.
However, a car owner in the Netherlands had a crazy idea when he decided to turn his X-Class into a cool 6-wheel pickup.
This unique Mercedes-Benz X-Class has just been sold through the Classic Youngtimers dealer in the Netherlands.
It is known that based on the idea of creating a unique pickup model, the previous owner installed a non-standard subframe, which made it possible to equip the X-Class with a third axle and two wheels.
Classic Youngtimers claims that this X-Class is not only built to showcase, but is truly powerful performance with off-road performance pushed to its limits.
With this crazy idea, the car’s suspension is also modified to increase the ground clearance by 10 cm, allowing the installation of custom alloy wheels with aggressive off-road tires.
In addition, the X-Class also features wide, flared front and rear fenders to match the bold appearance of the custom version.
This X-Class is made even more prominent by the front grille inspired by the Panamericana grille design that appears on many current Mercedes-AMG models.
Thanks to the new rear axle, the rear trunk of the car is also lengthened and added Roll Cage / anti-roll frame from Carlex Design.
The previous owner also added a decal “6 Wheeler” located at the rear of the car
The powertrain of the car has not changed, it is still a 3.0L V6 turbocharged diesel engine, producing a maximum capacity of 255 horsepower and maximum torque of 550 Nm, paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission. like the original Mercedes-Benz X-Class.