New Imagery for Mercedes-Benz V-Class Minivan's Interior
Oct 22, 2013 12:18
Here's some official imagery of the Mercedes-Benz's V-Class cabin which will soon replace the Viano passenger van in its range. It would likely make its world premiere at the Geneva Motor show.
The display model features a removable touch pad on the upper section of the center console as well as four individual passenger seats with two pairs facing each other.
A report from German magazine Autobild said that the new Viano will launch in Europe with a selection of three diesel units rated for 134hp (136PS), 168hp (170PS) and 187hp (190PS), with petrol units to be offered in other markets.
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