Everybody ever wrenched on car is familiar with its look from bellow. No one ever worked on car have imagined that this particular view might turn into a beautiful contemporary art giving us unusual peek to the “Urban Insects”. This is how the young and promising Yasena Popova has named the exhibition, which gave us her pretty interesting car art. And she is kicking us with some Mercedes-Benz W211 art like no one did it before.

Praise contemporary art dedicated to Mercedes-Benz

W211 is the 3rd E-class sedan by Mercedes-Benz. Having roots back in 1984 when Mercedes-Benz W124 was launched, the E-class became an epitome of fine German engineering. Reliable, modern yet conservative in a specific way, E-class is still the car that backs the taxi services in its home Germany. It is the mile-eating vehicle, quietly doing its job better than any competitor does.

This Mercedes art is giving splendid view to the 4-link front suspension and largely aluminum independent multilink rear suspension. Unfortunately, it is suggesting rather humble E220 CDI modification, which is not as spectacular as E500 or even E63 AMG for instance. Despite its economy-oriented power plant, E220 CDI was a solid piece of design and engineering.

Now you can own this beautiful Mercedes-themed contemporary art, beautifully created by Yasena Popova and exclusively issued by Simply Petrol.



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