Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its largest
passenger vehicle called the V-Class. This large MPV will set new benchmarks in
terms of styling and innovation in the segment. Eight people can be carried in
the V-Class high-class appeal, comfort, efficient
driving pleasure and safety. High-quality
materials with a pleasant touch and feel and a harmonious colour concept,
intricate details as well as a progressive and sensuous design idiom convey
outstanding high-class appeal in the segment. The
Mercedes-Benz MPV is the only vehicle in the segment to offer optional four-way
lumbar support and active seat ventilation with reversing fans to ensure a
consistent relative humidity at the contact area with the leather seat for
driver and front passenger.
The seating in the rear allows numerous
configurations to meet any requirements. For easy
loading and unloading, the V-Class features another first in this segment in
the shape of the standard separately opening rear windscreen attached to the
upper tailgate frame. It can be opened and closed independently of the
tailgate. At market launch the new V-Class comes
to the starting line with the state-of-the-art 2.1-litre four-cylinder
turbodiesel engine with two-stage turbocharging. The
V-Class will be available in two power output levels, the
V 220 CDI will produce 163bhp and 380Nm
top-of-the-line V 250 BlueTEC engine has a power output of 190bhp and peak torque of 440Nm.
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