Following the success of the V-class in India, Mercedes-Benz
will be debuting the V-Cass Marco Polo camper at the 15th edition of the Auto
Expo. It will also mark the country’s first commercially produced camper.
V-Class Marco Polo which has been in the global portfolio of Mercedes-Benz for
several years now, will come packed with a whole host of living space concepts.
Schwenk, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, “At Auto Expo
2020, beside launching the AMG GT 4 Door Coupe and unveiling the A-Class
Limousine and the New GLA SUV, we also will be launching something unique and
never seen before in India. Inspired by the success of the V-Class Luxury MPV
in India, we will be launching the V-Class Marco Polo Camper. Nothing reflects
restlessness and a spirit of adventure better than an exciting road-trip and
camping. The V-Class Marco Polo embodies these very characteristics combining
outdoor ruggedness with Mercedes-Benz’s world-renowned luxury and technology.
The V-Class camper is surely going to create a lot of interest among our
customers, who already have shown overwhelming response to the V-Class luxury
vehicle also makes a winning impression with its highly practical features –
from the stowage facilities and seating/sleeping arrangements to the camping
equipment for outdoors. Thanks to the compact dimensions of the Marco Polo body
and the vehicle technology it inherits from the V-Class, the new Mercedes-Benz
camper van is as dynamic, agile and economical to drive as a passenger car –
meaning that it is just as suitable for long journeys as it is for everyday and
city driving. The Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo will be launched on February 6 at
Auto Expo 2020.
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