Mercedes-Benz will be releasing upgrades for its V-Class segment. According to Daimler, the updates will mirror some of the luxurious features found on the flagship range of the three-pointed star brand, the S-Class.
Among the optional enhancements that will be offered in the Mercedes-Benz V-Class for customers are aluminum accents on the center console, leather dashboard with contrasting stitchings, chrome trims on the air vents, and aluminum pedals. Then its seats are wrapped in nappa leather and its entertainment system gets tuned up with a premium 16-speaker Burmester sound system. Cup holder with LED lightings, cooler, 230-volt outlet, USB ports, and 360-degree camera are added too. Furthermore, the auto receives a crosswind assist technology and navigation features update.
Outside, the van retains most of its stock features except the new 19-inch alloy wheels, emblems on fenders, lowered sport suspension, and a sunroof measuring 74.8 inches long. It should be noted that the sunroof of the V-Class has sensors to alert the driver if it is open upon parking, and it automatically tilts as well if it detects rain falling into the vehicle.
There’s no mention of any boost in the engine department. Therefore, expect the same power unit offerings to come with it.
Those who are interested to buy the exclusive V-Class complete with all the optional add-ons, including the Distronic Plus adaptive cruise control, should prepare to dish out 74,911 euros. The figures already include the 19% VAT imposed in Germany.
Photos of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class with S-Class Trim
Check out some photos of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class, which is embedded with the S-Class luxury upgrades: