The folks over at Kahn Design have released another styling kit for the X-Class, handing the double-cab bakkie a fresh few AMG-inspired styling elements.

In 2019, the London-based company revealed a widebody kit for the Navara-based pick-up. And now the firm has announced a new version of the package.

The latest kit includes a front grille that appears remarkably similar to Mercedes-AMG’s signature Panamericana item. There’s also a more aggressive front bumper design, complete with larger air intakes, as well as a spot of bonnet ventilation.

Kahn Design has furthermore fitted a subtle suspension lift kit, new side steps and chunky plastic cladding along the flanks. Each wide wheelarch, meanwhile, frames a 22-inch alloy.

In addition, the UK firm has tinted the windows as well as added quilted leather (with contrasting stitching) for the seats. Kahn Design has also upholstered the interior door panels (plus armrests), central armrest and elements of the facia in the plush material.

From what we understand, the company has applied the kit to the four-cylinder X250d (rather than the V6-powered X350d), which retains its peak outputs of 140 kW and 450 N.m. So it doesn't quite have the go to match its newfound show...

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