And these are both attributes that shouldn’t mix with the word van… but fret not, because the aftermarket specialist is ready to change the perspective for both the V-Class and Vito models.
Carlex Design has decided to keep the two aspects separate – the Mercedes-Benz Vito and V-Class duo get a luxurious people carrier interior and a more dynamic stance for the exterior. The conversion, according to the tuner, is to reach “a more appealing and glaring look,” complete with a full aerodynamic body kit with fresh bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser and matching integrated exhaust pipes, rear roof spoiler, as well as new five twin-spoke alloy wheels. One of the available shades is a spectacular white with contrasting gloss black roof, side mirror caps, and air intakes surrounds, complimented by green stripes on the front bumper and the side sills.
The gloss black rear diffuser even has a special center hole for the factory-installed towbar, clearly not your everyday tuner element. Hop inside the luxurious cabin and see how Carlex has wrapped everything in black leather, complete with seats, steering wheel, and gear shift. The interior is finished with white contrasting stitches, and some additional green stitches to recreate the ones from the outside – Carlex intends to start offering the V-Class and Vito by the turn of 2018, when more details will be available as well.