Mercedes-Benz V-Class Makes Debut at Geneva

The Geneva Motor Show has already showcased some exciting features and designs from a variety of brands. None of which have as much potential to broaden an automaker’s consumer base than the Mercedes-Benz V-Class. The brand is reintroducing the class with exterior styling that precisely combines the S-Class and C-Class body types on a moderately larger scale. This means that all of the curvature, lines and prominent fascia associated with the gorgeous German line is replicated through this van’s redesign.

An upgraded interior that is home to premium trims, superior leather upholsteries, center consoles, and a freestanding COMAND® display – accented by ambient lighting and metallic accents – make this the most stylish van that should demonstrate greater appeal.  With engine options that focus on fuel efficiency but still produce the horsepower and torque expected of Mercedes-Benz, consumers will get to enjoy the opulence and power of German engineering.

The V-Class has been marketed for larger families, sporting enthusiasts with large equipment, and operators of luxurious VIP or hotel shuttles. This is why the automaker will offer the V-Class with two equipment lines, three vehicle lengths, and two wheelbases – all in the effort of acquiring greater appeal.

Here is the V-Class’s debut at the Geneva Motor Show:

If a van isn’t quite your style, there are plenty of reasons to come to Mercedes-Benz of Cary. We have a full inventory of beautiful S-Class, C-Class, and more, as well as AMG-certified technicians. If it is a Mercedes-Benz that you’re looking for, you need look no further. We hope to see you today! You may also feel free to contact us with any questions or comments.

Mercedes-Benz V-Class Makes Debut at Geneva was last modified: April 21st, 2015 by Mercedes-Benz of Cary

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