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Mercedes showed the nose of the V-Class After the update, it will get a giant radiator grille

In addition to previewing the upcoming VAN.EA platform, which is set to launch in 2026 as an all-electric variant, Mercedes’ service division said its current range of midsize trucks is scheduled for summer 2023.

All variants will undergo a number of visual and technological changes aimed at increasing attractiveness to commercial and private customers.

The teaser is the only photo believed to show the front end of the updated V-Class passenger car. The radiator grille appears much larger, accompanied by redesigned LED headlights, as well as a new front bumper with intakes in the style of the AMG division. The two-tone paint, in turn, adds a Maybach touch.

Photo: Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz Vito

Mercedes confirmed that the redesigned interior of the updated trucks will feature the latest MBUX infotainment system. The passenger V-Class and EQV will focus more on luxury, while the commercial Vito and eVito will boast digital services and new safety features.

The updated range of Mercedes mid-size trucks will continue to offer the choice between combustion engines for the V-Class and Vita, and all-electric powertrains for the EQV and eVito models.

It is likely that these will be the last years for internal combustion engines, when all future trucks based on the aforementioned VAN.EA platform will be available exclusively as electric cars.

The automaker believes that half of Mercedes trucks sold will be electric by 2030


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