Despite Mercedes-Benz X-Class production having already ended, Carlex Design has released yet another body kit for the ill-fated Navara-based bakkie.

Dubbed the Racing Green Edition, the Polish tuner’s latest (tenth!) take on the X-Class includes an aggressive body kit fashioned largely from carbon. The package includes a front bumper, grille mesh, a central bonnet element, a bonnet edge cover, front lamp frames, rear light frames, a rear spoiler, fender flares, fender extensions, a rear bumper and side-mirror caps.

The paint colour was “inspired” by the famous British Racing Green hue and extends to the green-finished carbon body elements, too. The company saw fit to add white stripes down the bakkie’s centre, along with white-painted letters on the tyres wrapped round the 20-inch alloys. Eibach suspension has been fitted, too.

Things are just as extreme inside, where Carlex Design has added black-and-white upholstery (with both leather and Alcantara), along with yet more green accents. The company says the seats (both fore and aft) have been redesigned, while special badging, white seat belts and dark-green headlining have been fitted.

The steering wheel gains a mix of perforated leather and carbon, with the latter material likewise applied to the facia, door panels and even the dial faces. Available accessories include a styling bar, painted brake callipers, a roller shutter and paint protection for the load bed.

From what we can tell, no changes have been made to the bakkie’s powertrain.