Rendering – Mercedes V Class

Posted on: Nov 9, 2013 - 4:59pm IST

Mercedes-Benz currently teases two upcoming passenger cars – the 2015 Mercedes C Class and the new Mercedes V Class. The company released interior images of both vehicles, while exterior images of the C Class leaked prematurely ahead of its Detroit unveil.

Here, German auto magazine Auto Bild, shows a rendering of how the V Class could look like.

Mercedes V Class
The V Class is the successor to the Mercedes Viano.

The V Class is the successor to the Mercedes Viano, and will also fill the void left behind by the Mercedes R Class. The R Class will not be succeeded by a next generation model (in the foreseeable future) as the demand for a luxury MPV is non-existent.

Apart from flexible seating options, the V Class is packed with S Class-like equipment. Features such as Crosswind assistant, a COMMAND infotainment system with fingertip operated touchpad, automatic air conditioning with tunnel detection, a 360-degree camera, automatic parking assistant and mood lighting are some of the on-board features.

Mercedes V Class
Mercedes revealed the interiors of the new V Class last month.

Media reports indicate that the V Class would only get diesel engines, with power outputs of 136 hp, 170 hp and 190 hp. Auto Bild also reports that a manual transmission will not be offered on the V Class and the only gearbox option would be the Mercedes 7-G Tronic dual-clutch transmission.

The V Class’ deliveries in Germany commence in the spring of 2014 with prices starting from 34,000 euros (INR 28.36 lakhs).

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2 thoughts on “Rendering – Mercedes V Class

  1. Oscar says:

    That a real laxury MPV, Nothing will beat Benz when comoing to design, quality and technology. And it suit everyone.(Youth & Adult)

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  2. sandeep says:

    I think this car would be a hit in Germany considering that it would be priced a lot cheaper at 34.000€ compared to the 40.293€ now for the Viano that makes it 6293€ cheaper and it would be now sold both though Mercedes passenger dealers and Mercedes LCV dealers. I hope it would also make it to India but chances are low.

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