These are the official photos of the 2010 E-Class Limousine to make the autoworld go wow. The stretch limo was made through the collaboration of the German companies Binz and Mercedes-Benz. The former is well-known for modifying vehicles to fit the roles of special services that include hearses, fire-fighting vehicles, and ambulances.
Binz headquartered in Southern Germany gets the thumbs up from Mercedes-Benz to create a 6-door stretched limo version of the E-Class. The length of Binz production is about 5.98 meters or about 1.11 m longer than the stock E-Class Mercedes-Benz sedan.
Binz installed two more doors and added two more seats which increased passenger capacity to seven. Adding the two doors was more of a practical move. The engineers who worked on the project had to consider all aspects of body work to keep the rigidity of the car intact. This was a special consideration since the central pillar had to be moved.
This luxury offering will be pushed to the market in different levels of equipment and armoring to meet the comfort and safety standards of the high end segment of the market.
Binz installed a dividing wall clad with leather to separate the cabin of the driver and passenger. If you are thinking of buying this limousine, you will have two options of petrol engine and a diesel powerplant. You can pick from the E250 BlueEfficiency, E500 BlueEfficiency, and the 350 CGI.
There will also be different options for the arrangement of the seats. It will be a six door limo where the second row passengers face the driver, or limo where the second row passengers face the passengers on the third row, and finally an option for a limo that does not have the second row seats.
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