The newest member of the Mercedes-Benz E Class family has received “the royal treatment” from the famous BINZ limousine maker as the car now features an extra set of doors and quite a bit of extra length.
The BINZ version of the E Class not only features an extra couple of doors but secludes an extra row of seats within the extras.
Getting down to the cold hard facts, the Binz E Class has been elongated by a whopping 1.100 millimeters when compared to the standard version of the car. The two extra doors make access easily available to the middle row of seats no matter what configuration they are placed in.
Speaking of configurations, you can either place them facing forward or backwards depending on the type of activities that are due to take place in the vehicle. The total passenger capacity has now grown to 7, driver included. I find this number a bit forcefully pushed up as unless you plan on having a tour guide sit in the front passenger seat not many business suits are going to cover that one are they?
Besides the ergonomics of the car no changes of significant importance have been made but your engine choices don’t include the AMG version. There is a price tag on this sort of conversion, probably quite a hefty one but when challenged with the need for a six door Mercedes-Benz E class with coachwork done by BINZ i’m pretty certain nobody will have to think about it twice.