The luxury vehicle was given a black body finish and custom-made 17-inch three-piece rims. The 1994 Mercedes-Benz E500 enhanced by Brabus appeared like it just came out of the assembly line and may be considered an ageless luxury vehicle.
Although the 1994 Mercedes-Benz E500 appeared to reflect the motto of the luxury vehicle manufacturer at the time it was produced, it was enhanced by Brabus to provide it with an attitude that will definitely attract the attention of Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts.
More than 10,000 examples were produced, with 1,500 or so going to the United States. If you ever see an E500 Limited with an even plusher interior, that was the final run of 12 cars made for Switzerland. There's an ultra-rare E60 AMG version of the Mercedes-Benz E500 packing a 381hp 6.0-liter version of the M119 V8, with an AMG suspension and AMG twin-outlet exhaust.
The 1994 Mercedes-Benz E500 was produced by the luxury vehicle in close collaboration with Porsche. Each unit of the vehicle were built by hand at the Rossle-Bau factory of Porsche and moved back-and-forth to the factory of Mercedes while in production. It offered effortless power to drivers using modern technology and provided a trendy design for both its interior and exterior.
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