2020 Mercedes V-Class Redesign: VIP Minivan Get Facelift & New Engine
2020 Mercedes V-Class Redesign: VIP Minivan Get Facelift & New Engine | Mercedes V-Class proposes itself with an aesthetic and technical restyling, to confirm its leadership. The Mercedes V-Class is the German that has redefined the concept of the minivan, moving it not only to the premium segment but also allowing them to adopt cutting-edge electronic systems in the segment. After several years the look has been redone, with a targeted restyling in the right places.
Mercedes V-Class debuted in 2014 and since then has sold about 209,000 units, a sign that the minivan of the Stuttgart brand has hit the mark and has carved out an important market segment and should not be underestimated. To renew itself in a rapidly evolving market, with Mercedes experiencing a period of epochal technological change, The V-Classe has been renewed to offer that extra “quid” to its customers.
2020 Mercedes V-Class Redesign & Changes
From an aesthetic point of view, the changes have been targeted, to try to make perceive an even greater quality and even more satisfactory lines, without however completely distorting the initial project. The general image of the minivan is wider thanks to a new design of the bumpers, but in the front, the lines of the mask, now rhomboidal, have also changed, and an air intake has been inserted. The aesthetic changes are “limited” to these details, also joined by new colors for the body, while internally the interior of the 2020 Mercedes V-Class has gained new air vents, new instrumentation, new inserts and, more generally, a look more in line with the latest Mercedes production. New luxury seats for the front row have also been designed
2020 Mercedes V-Class Specs
There can not be an update without a technological advancement. Here is the new V-Class can boast the automatic 9-speed transmission mounted on the V250 and V300 versions, which have available the latest four-cylinder engine produced by Mercedes, in the power steps of 190 and 239 horses. In both cases the traction is rear but the 4MATIC all-wheel drive is also optional. From the point of view of safety, assistance against the lateral wind, automatic emergency braking, attention assist and automatic high beam.