On March 3 to 13 this year, the Geneva Motor Show will take place. Before January came to an end, Larte Design unveiled its latest project involving the Mercedes-Benz V-Class, which will be showcased in the Geneva auto show later.
The tuner’s new work is called the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Black Crystal. The van is hyped as a private jet on the road. According to Carscoops, the auto has been upgraded using the finest and most luxurious materials that the tuner can get hold of.
The exterior of the van was finished in jet black paint to give it a very striking look. Then its front grille, front bumper, side skirts and wheels have been customized.
Everything inside was put together by Klassen with the goal of making its interior replicate the comfort and aesthetics of the cabin of the world’s top private jets. The combination of high-class leather and alcantara were used in its surfaces including the four reclining seats. The inside was also adorned by wooden trimmings. Furthermore, a huge flat screen TV, Alpine audio system, minibar, retractable tables, power outlets, privacy curtains, and a biometric safe were installed.
As for the output of the Larte V-Class, expect it to remain stock. No mention was made by Larte about any upgrades in its engine department. It appears that all the changes in the auto were merely aesthetic.
Larte Design Mercedes-Benz V-Class
Check out the photos of the latest body kit of Larte Design for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class in the gallery below: