Spy Photos: Mercedes V-Class Refreshed Interior

US Vans: Last Days of Production.

Back in December of the previous year, our very first glimpses of the updated Mercedes-Benz V-Class lineup were shown to us in disguise. During that period, only images of the battery-powered EQV variant had been captured, but now, finally, snapshots of its fuel-burning sibling have been revealed. From the exterior, the tweaks appear subtle, however within the van there are considerable advanceme

Our spies in the vicinity of the Arctic Circle observed two prototypes of the modernized V-Class. Inspecting the tires, bumpers, and darkly shaded rims, the car with the Westfalia rooftop accessories seemed to be a higher trim level. Both auto types were somewhat cloaked in their front sections alluding to potential alterations for their headlamps and grilles. The insignificant amount of hiding at the rear implies that there might not be anything more than just remodeled taillights.

It seems certain that much-needed enhancements to the interior of the vehicle could be coming. Early glimpses inside the car reveal a twin-screen set-up for the dashboard, compared with the older look before it of a minor central show and traditional meters in the fighter panel. Additionally, a novel centre console beneath the infomercial monitor, with physical buttons and sets for climate regulation, is now included.

Descending further, one recognizes that the core between the anterior seats is taken up by a sizable console boasting buttons for the infotainment program. Amidst this, there’s also a touchpad, signifying one can choose from several approaches to operate the infotainment system. The steering wheel has been redesigned and comes with capacitive touch buttons. As always, the gear shifter remains on the horizontal toward the right of the wheel.

The upgraded V-Class is assumed to come out in Europe at some point during 2021. On the other hand, in the US the van goes under the name Metris and, according to its 2023 version, the starting expense is estimated to be $43,600, only for the tourist edition. Regrettably, it looks like the model won’t have too much of a future in America and will more than likely be abolished sometime during this calendar year.

Source: Automedia

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