The German tuner ATT has added an extra amount of aggression to the all new redesigned 2010 Mercedes E-Class by adding a bit of carbon fiber, a few vents and then virtually stretched out the back end to create a very unique looking Benz and includes everything short of a show stopping wide body kit to make the new E-Class look even more planted. Starting off up front, ATT includes a debadged carbon fiber replacement for the grill, while if you look a little lower the factory bumper is replaced with a new unit made up of larger intakes on either side as well as a pair of very fashionable LED driving lights. The front fenders are replaced with a pair of vented items that lead into a new set of side skirts and trail into the well ventilated rear bumper.

2010 Mercedes E-Class by ATT Exterior
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The wide narrow strip of black trim that hovers just above the bottom edge of the new ATT back bumper along with the mental image extending plastic panels at each corner messes with the car’s proportions and makes the entire rear end appear to be shorter then it actually is. The effect accentuates what Mercedes did with the new horizontal taillights allowing the new imaginary line that runs across the bottom of the back bumper to add few inches to the new E’s track. The Modified Mercedes E-Class rides on a set of 20 inch alloys that emphasize the angular theme of the body kit with their split five spoke design. Not to mention that ATT is also ready with an assortment of performance, chassis and interior bits to accommodate their customer’s wishes.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The new E-class car is an impressive vehicle: workmanship and technics of this car are clearly trendsetting – and that is also the reason why ATT takes this challenge to optimize an ideal.

2010 Mercedes E-Class by ATT Exterior
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ATT has created a car of extra class – no doubt! The conservative luxurious sedan has become an eye-catching vehicle with racing ambitions: sportive, distinguished and reliable. This vehicle is
flawless everywhere. This is due to the perfectly trimmed to ATT design elements of the sedan and to ATT car body kit.

The aerodynamic kit (6,452.00 Euro) consists of a front grill, side skirts, wings, front and rear spoilers as well as inconspicuous exhaust tips on the left and right of the full rear spoiler.

2010 Mercedes E-Class by ATT Exterior
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The brilliant silver color of the car matches perfectly the 9x20” or 10,5x20” alloy rims which are completed respectively by 245/30ZR20 or 285/25 ZR20 Hankook high performance tires marked S1 EVO. ATT offers the wheel kit for 3,869.00 Euro incl. mounting and balancing.

The result is a pleasant original deluxe-sportster, stiring the blood of every real man.

A complete program for chassis, interior and performance tuning is also available for the new E-class from ATT in Rastatt/Germany.

2010 Mercedes E-Class by ATT Exterior
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  (477) posted on 01.7.2010

The packages offered by ATT is quite cool that gave a E-class a good look especially the LED light which is stylish and also the wheel set that compliments the matte of Mercedes E-Class with a high performance tires from Hankook. The price seems very reasonable yet a little bit higher than I’ve expected.

  (182) posted on 01.4.2010

Noticed that when it comes to car modification, that argument would always come up. I think that the 2010 Mercedes Benz E-Class sedan has already proved what it actually costs. It has a very good performance. But its lame-looking so thank God for ATT for leveling the two factors. So that’s why, in this case, they should leave the car’s engine alone. Don’t you think so?

  (177) posted on 01.4.2010

Just a thought, some really never bother to improve on the car’s performance. If they don’t want to do anything with engines, perhaps use carbon fiber as a lighter car will have better performance.

  (182) posted on 01.4.2010

They have totally transformed it from an ordinary-looking sedan to a sports car, without the dilemma of overdoing it.

  (183) posted on 01.4.2010

Great job. The original design had very boring front and rear spoilers. But ATT roared it to life. Definitely one of the best modified car early this year.

  (180) posted on 01.4.2010

ATT did not just add an extra amount of aggression to the 2010 Mercedes E-Class, they brought it to the next level. Not to mention how this beauty now looks so great with its new set of wheels.

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