This seven-passenger version of the E-Class has six doors, and is available with extra armor. Details inside.
Famed limousine manufacturer Binz has given a special treatment to the W212 Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The car was stretched by 1.13 meters to almost six-meters in length, providing enough room for an extra set of doors and seats.
The seven-passenger luxury vehicle was given a full review by engineers to guarantee a high level of rigidity. Optionally-available armor and bulletproofing keeps passengers safe in a number of dangerous situations.
Sadly, the lack of an AMG engine choice may make it harder to pull this beast out of those situations. Instead, the 292-horsepower (218-kW) 350 CGI and 204-horsepower (152-kW) E250 BlueEfficiency engines will be available, along with the 388-hp (289-kW) E500.
And for those of you who do not wish to look at your fellow passengers, you'll be happy to know that the rear-facing center seats may be turned around.