2020 Mercedes V-Class Comes With The New 2-Liter 4-Cylinder Diesel & 9G-Tronic Automatic Transmission Make Their Debut in March 2019, in the Future also Electric V-Class!
A winning team does not change. If anything, it is updated and filled with the latest technology. Here is the sense of 2020 Mercedes V-Class restyling, premium minivan par excellence that faces the 2019 sales season evolved in content and form. Design details, a brand new engine, electronics worthy of a limousine. And in the future, also the zero-emission variant. 2020 Mercedes V-Class V-Class on sale from March, prices from € 36,990 including VAT. Now, an excursus on the news.
2020 Mercedes V-Class Redesign
First external aspect more impressive thanks to the new design of the bumper, with a more massive air intake and a grid with a diamond structure. Available on request the AMG Line option: Matrix radiator grille and chrome-plated pins, for a more sporty V-Class than ever before. Four new bodywork paints and the same number of alloy wheels also come into the range. The interior design has also been refreshed: a new double-strip look insert, reformed aeration vents in the sporty turbine design, and finally a new Tartufo color for the skin. The luxury seats with the functions of rest, back massage and air conditioning also come on board in the rear compartment.
New Mercedes V-Class Specs
2020 Mercedes V-Class fishing for the first time by the bank of organs Stuttgart the new diesel four-cylinder 2-liter , exquisitely automotive mold unit which is declined in two power levels: 190 hp and 440 Nm of torque ( V 250d ), and the top of the range V300 d from 239 hp and 500 Nm (with Overtorque function for an additional boost of 30 Nm).
No other minivans, in the past, have ever held so much. For an engine of excellence, a transmission able to enhance its superlative properties: that’s when for the first time, V-Class benefits from automatic transmission 9G-Tronic.
Mercedes V-Class Electric
The restyling also enriches the range of safety and driver assistance systems, which is already quite complete. Here, therefore, Brake Assist is active, to prevent or mitigate the consequences of a collision with vehicles, pedestrians, and other obstacles, in addition, the new high beam assistance system that switches the lights into low beam mode when necessary. That’s all for now. But in Geneva in 2019, the surprise: the Concept EQV anticipates the first V-Class totally powered electricity.