Mercedes-Benz X-Class gets Prior Design makeover

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class has only just hit some of the world’s market but Prior Design has already introduced one of the first bodykits for owners who think their utes look too tame.

The PD400 widebody kit brings a more aggressive front fascia with larger vents within the front bumper along with a strip of DRL LEDs on each side.

Down the sides, the bulbous wheel arch extensions give the X-Class a properly muscular look that seem to be missing from the factory. They house a choice of PD3 forged wheels in either a road-biased setup with low-profile tyres or chunky, off-road tyres more typical of a pick-up truck. Choosing the former also drops the luxury ute closer to the ground for a sportier stance, while the latter increases its ground clearance for off road duty.

At the back, the restyled rear bumper gains a pair of integrated exhausts cutouts and sporty rear diffuser for the urban warrior, and hidden exhausts for the off-road version.

We reckon that X-Class looks fabulous with the Prior Design kit. What do you think?

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