The 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQV minivan has a 150kW (201hp) electric motor, FWD, and a 90kWh battery for an estimated range of 405km (252mi).
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz V-Class has a new front end design, upgraded interior, and new reclining and massaging seats in the rear, just like the S-Class.
What’s got eight seats, an electric powertrain, good range, and is based on a popular van? The Mercedes-Benz EQV concept.
The Mercedes-Benz EQV Concept is based on the W447 V-Class, and has a 150kW electric motor with a 100kWh battery for a 400km (249mi) range.
2019 Mercedes-Benz V-Class facelift has a sportier appearance thanks to redesigned front bumpers, and on AMG-Line models a new chrome studded grille.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz V-Class facelift has new bumpers, grille, interior vents, instrument dials, tartufo leather, and the OM 654 turbo-diesel engine.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz V-Class Night Edition has black 19-inch AMG wheels, black detailing, AMG front and rear bumpers, black Nappa leather, and a surround view camera.
Based on the W447 Mercedes-Benz Vito/Metris van, the V-Class is a minivan with a different passenger friendly dashboard, and luxury features and trim.
The 2016 model year W447 Mercedes-Benz V-Class will be available with the new AMG Line interior and exterior styling package that makes the minivan meaner.
Unveiled in 2014, the W447 Mercedes-Benz Vito is available in FWD, RWD and AWD, and is the basis of the people carrying V-Class and American Metris.