The recently introduced new generation V Class will have an extensions of its portfolio thanks to the addition of the AMG Line, set to debut mid-September during the 2015 IAA Frakfurt motor show.
Starting with the end of the year the MPV class will offer to customers the AMG Line equipment package. Design highlights include Mercedes-AMG performance and sports car-inspired new front and rear aprons, unique side sill panels and an additional spoiler lip, while the package is completed by the 19-inch AMG light-alloy wheels. Inside the cabin the already lush interior will feature new appointments as well, including a the panoramic roof, an integral cooler compartment for the centre console and LED-illuminated thermo-cup holders. Rear inhabitants will get two iPad holders and air conditioning.
“The majority of customers order their V-Class with numerous exclusive, high-quality optional extras”, says Volker Mornhinweg, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans.
“All this confirms that the V-Class has redefined the MPV segment. With the V-Class AMG Line we are now addressing further target groups who are looking for even more individuality and emotional appeal.”
The V-Class AMG Line also gets a 17-inch braking system, brake callipers with Mercedes-Benz lettering and a sport suspension that sits 15 mm closer to the asphalt and has a modified spring and damper setup. The AMG Line features the AGILITY CONTROL suspension with variable damping as an optional extra. The V-Class is available with a large selection of safety equipment: ActiveParkingAssist and the Driving Assistance package with COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST, Blind Spot Assist, Lane Keeping Assist and PRE-SAFE. There are two wheelbases, three vehicle lengths, three engine variants and 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive on offer for the V-Class.