New Mercedes-Benz V-Class Spotted in Real Life

2015 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 1 photo
Photo: Walko Art/YouTube
Despite the fact that the model has been available for ordering since March 6 and has already entered production, the Mercedes-Benz V-Class hasn't yet reached dealerships.
Even though it will be officially found in both Mercedes-Benz van and passenger car showrooms starting with the month of May, it seems that both camouflaged and non-camouflaged models are currently driving around the Stuttgart/Sindelfingen region of Germany.

Spotted by YouTube user and car spotter Walko Art, you can see the two luxury MPVs being accompanied by the predecessor, the Viano, in one of the takes.

As most of you know, the all-new V-Class was launched right in BMW's backyard, in Munich, just so that it can show their competitors what types of cars can Mercedes-Benz make – according to a well-put-together diatribe from Dieter Zetsche.

“With the new V-Class we are expanding the Mercedes-Benz premium passenger car range with a saloon for up to eight people”, said Dr Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars Division. "”Functionality is a must for an MPV. Comfort and style are the icing on the cake. The new V-Class combines both in a way no other vehicle in this segment can offer.”

With no less than three different lengths and two available wheelbases, the new Mercedes-Benz V-Class is not only the most luxurious but also one of the most flexible MPV models in its segment.

The two models caught on video bellow appear to sport the short wheelbase and the medium length, both of which will be on the only choices available when the V-Class reaches showrooms in May.

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