Stuttgart - The Mercedes-Benz V-Class luxury bus and camper range has been given a comprehensive makeover that includes new engines and driver assist gadgets.
It’s been given an exterior facelift too, which follows the usual redesigned front bumper script, but the most interesting change in our book is the AMG Line styling grade, which gets a single-slat grille with chrome pins, just like the company’s AMG Line passenger cars.
Two new colours - Graphite Grey and Hyacinth Red - and fresh alloy wheels, up to 19 inches and with high-sheen finishes, have also been thrown into the mix for good measure, while the cabin has been glammed up with turbine-look air vents, redesigned instrument dials and a new leather colour called Tartufo.
A luxurious trim grade called Exclusive Line joins the range, featuring S-Class inspired second-row seats with massage, climate control and full recline functions.
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