The arrival of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet at the 86th Geneva Motor Show certainly stole the spotlight from the competition. But aside from the new convertible, the three-pointed star marque also introduced an exclusive version of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class in the event.
Earlier, we have discussed certain upgrades coming to the V-Class. As a recap, Daimler revealed the van will be getting some of the comfort and luxurious features found in the S-Class.
The exclusive package focuses on enhancing the interior of the V-Class. Among the updates it offers can be found on the center console, vents, pedals, dashboard, seats, cup holder, and LED lighting system. Aluminum and silver chrome materials as well as nappa leather adorn the inside surfaces of the auto.
The tech present within the auto are the 16-speaker Burmester surround sound system, USB ports, SD card slot, and power outlets for the charging of gadgets. The ATTENTION ASSIST, Crosswind Assist, and Active Parking Assist with 360-degree view come as a standard fit in the special V-Class.
Outside, the van gets DINAMICA roof lining, silver chrome air vents, aluminum accents, sliding panoramic sunroof measuring 74.8 inches in length, “Exclusive” badges, and 19-inch alloy wheels. The suspension and brakes of the V-Class are enhanced too for the better riding pleasure of the driver and the passengers.
The exclusive edition of the V-Class is now available to order. In Germany, the special Mercedes van is priced €74,911 including a 19% VAT.
Mercedes-Benz V-Class Exclusive Edition Photos
Check out the photos of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Exclusive Edition at the Geneva Motor Show in the gallery below:
Photos by: Indian Autos Blog