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2015 Mercedes V-Class Officially Unveiled

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Yesterday at the Munich Olympics complex Mercedes-Benz took the wraps off the latest incarnation of their full-size MPV, the 2015 V-Class. As you’d expect from a new Mercedes, the car sets new standards in terms design, appearance, comfort, versatility, efficiency, and safety.

2015 Mercedes V-Class benefits from a range of segment-first features such as Crosswind Assist and ATTENTION ASSIST (standard), and 360-degree camera, active parking assistance systems, and the 7G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission (all optional). But first and foremost, the V-Class is a Multi-Purpose Vehicle, which means it has to have flexible seats. And indeed it has.

The V-Class offers a wide variety of seating configurations for the rear, including individual seats and benches for two or three passengers. You can convert the V-Class from a family car with lots of seats to a van that can be used for ferrying large things around – thanks to the sizable cargo area and wide opening doors. You can also fits it with the individual options Mercedes offers, and make it a luxury VIP transporter. The MPV can even be specified with the latest-generation multimedia system, which comes with a touchpad for operating all of the telematics functions in the vehicle.

2015 Mercedes V-Class will launch with a 2.1 liter turbodiesel engine in three output: 100 kW (136 hp), 120 kW (163 hp), and 140 kW (190 hp). It will go on sale in Germany from May, starting from €42,900.

“With the new V-Class we are expanding the Mercedes-Benz premium automobile range with a sedan for up to eight people,” says Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars Division. “Functionality is a must for an MPV; comfort and style are the icing on the cake. The new V-Class combines both in a way that no other vehicle in this segment can offer.”

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