Kicherer Tunes the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe

Words Chris Danielson | March 11, 2010
The Kichere K 50 Coupe adds 42PS and 20 Nm of torque to the already impressive E-Class Coupe
Words Chris Danielson March 11, 2010

For those of you questioning how you can squeeze a bit of extra performance out of the 2010 E-Class Coupe, Kicherer’s unveiled a model they’re calling the E 50 Coupe aimed at doing exactly that.  The model features both a software update and sport exhaust system, with the end result being an increase  of 42 PS and 20 Nm’s of torque (this on top of the standard E-Class Coupe’s 388 PS and 530 Nm torque).

Outside, a new front lip and grille, side skirts, a rear diffuser and modified mirror housings are present, all of which are constructed from top-quality carbon fiber.  Topping it all off, Kicherer RS-1 20 inch wheels mated to a high performance braking system, both of which help ensure optimum handling and stopping ability.

To see more of the Kicherer E 50 Coupe, check out the complete gallery below.