The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has been recently spotted while testing its new generation of the Viano, on the snow.
Our spy photographers have managed to place the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz Viano into the spotlights once again, with the help of some new images, which have been taken in Northern Europe, in what seems to be cold weather testing. The model in question will receive a true bonnet and it will improve its pedestrian protection rules. The upcoming Viano will become a one-box vehicle. As far as the engine lineup goes, a wide range of BlueEfficiency diesel engines should become available for it. Additional details on it are currently limited
The Mercedes-Benz Viano, or the V-Class, as it is known in some markets, is being produced in Spain since 2004, in Mexico since 2008 and in China since 2010. The model is a multi-purpose vehicle and it has a five-door van body style and a front engine rear-wheel drive or a front engine and all-wheel drive layout. The current Viano stands at 4,748 mm – 5,223 mm long, 1,906 mm wide and 1,875 mm tall, being offered with a choice of two diesels and four petrol engines.