Long wheelbase vehicles are meant to give extra room for people who can’t seem to get enough of it on their cars. So you would think that having that additional space would be enough for these guys, right?

Well, guess again.

To accommodate those people that want their vehicles to redefine the word ‘spacious’, tuning ‘extentionaires’ Binz has released their latest line of Mercedes E-Class XTEND vehicles meant to give the space needy their due medicine. Measuring a ridiculous 19 feet in length with a wheelbase of over 12 feet, and weighing an eye-popping 4,629 lbs, Binz’s new XTEND line-up will give you all the space you need to have your own party inside the car. The tuning firm’s list of E-Class Estate vehicles eligible to be “extended” – no pun intended – include the E250 CDI, E350 CGI and E500. These three models have their own engine specifications - you’ll see them in one of the photos – so the price tag for all that extending begins at €121,950, or about $163,400 based on current exchange rates, going all the way to possibly around €160,000, or $214,000.

Guess there’s a pretty big price to pay to have all that space in your car, huh?

If for nothing else, at least you can get to roll around town in a car that writes wealth and luxury all by itself.


Source: Binz

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  (577) posted on 02.6.2012

Wow it’s very cozy and comfortable. It’s very spacious for me that a lot of stuff will be held inside. This is what I’m waiting for.

  (427) posted on 12.6.2011

This is what I’m really expecting for a limousine vehicle. E-Class is super glamorous on its very neat appearance and for being a long base vehicle. I’m just a little curious on its interior?

  (428) posted on 10.18.2011

I just noticed that it is very striking and well-proportioned and hygienic and decent appearance, but it seems that it didn’t offer some impressive interior or luxurious technologies just like what the other limousine cars had.

  (444) posted on 10.17.2011

When I hear or whenever I see a limousine on the movie, I was always expecting it to be like this, a long wheelbase but with this one, I didn’t find it too classy most especially on its interior but sure I love the fact that it is so spacious.

  (446) posted on 03.30.2011

Same thing goes on my head ettore_lombardi. Long Base vehicle is quite elegant but i don’t think those rims is good on that car. its much better if they consider the design of Graf Stradale.

  (211) posted on 03.25.2011

i think Long wheelbase vehicles are quite expensive and luxurious. However, I don’t like the design of the wheel is kind of cheap, its better if they considered the Y spoke design.

  (762) posted on 03.11.2011

This is bad! This is supposedly the aftermarket version!right? I didn’t get if this car is a stretched minivan or not so bog R class? Confuse here..

  (613) posted on 02.7.2011

It doesn’t look "evil". It’s too ugly to look evil OR good. It’s just a poorly designed car, much like most of the current Mercedes line of vehicles. The proportions of the gullwing are amateur leaving the only thing of any interest under its skin being the engine.

  (692) posted on 02.7.2011

The E-Class is a much more expensive car, and probably a better performer. I’m sure that I would enjoy driving it if I won the lottery.

  (503) posted on 02.6.2011

Especially with lighter color cars. The trunk space that the hard top eats up makes it impractical for road trips. That said, the soft convertible top on this Mercedes doesn’t look right. The back-seat windows are a dopey shape and the rear is droopy.

  (858) posted on 02.6.2011

The S5 cabriolet is much more beautiful, by a pretty wide margin. I prefer fabric tops versus clunky looking, rattle-prone hard tops. The multiple cut-lines, visible seams and gaskets required in hard top convertibles look terrible.

  (472) posted on 02.3.2011

think they originally had two blue cars, and two white cars as that would have made a pleasing photo. And then realized they had created an abstract BMW badge.

  (433) posted on 02.3.2011

Check out the group photo of all the E class models in the 3rd series. Two blue cars, one white one, one beige one.

  (1332) posted on 12.15.2010

100% photoshop...look through the windows...if you look through the back window you can see the normal driverside rear window support where it
should not be based on the side facing us. Pretty sloppy photochop.

  (807) posted on 12.14.2010

hahaha totally agree, but it looks kinda comfortable to sit inside... honestly I would rather have a Limo than this crappy chopped Benz.

  (806) posted on 12.14.2010

Every funeral director’s dream. Wins over the Lincoln hands down.

  (763) posted on 12.13.2010

Lovely but its kinda awkward because it really looks like a hearse.

  (554) posted on 12.13.2010

Was paying for the R&D on the Shooting Brake rear so important they needed to put this abomination in to production?

  (797) posted on 12.9.2010

And speaking of space, one wonders how much this thing needs to make a U-turn. Definitely not a car to test your parallel parking skills on!

  (460) posted on 12.9.2010

well I’m not that impressed because it looks more like a hoarse to me.. but it looks very luxurious i wonder how many people can fit inside and what’s inside.

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