Check out new look of Mercedes-Benz midsize vans

The midsize van segment is about to get more exciting in the next few months when Mercedes-Benz finally unveils the new look of the V-Class, which will carry over to other models like the EQV and V-Class Marco Polo.

Mercedes-Benz addresses the “desire of many private and commercial customers for something special that is both an expression of exclusivity and makes their everyday lives easier with modern technologies.” The result is a midsize minivan with a more distinctive exterior and interior design.

It is a two-pronged approach for the German automaker. The main customers continue to be buyers who purchase luxurious private vans, but the secondary market is enterprises that want a more premium commercial van to match their brand’s image.

2024 Mercedes-Benz V-Class facelift image

All Mercedes-Benz midsize vans offer a high degree of functionality and comfort and have plenty of space for business, the family, and as a plain people mover.

The updated V-Class gets a revamped exterior and a redesigned cabin with the latest MBUX generation. The EQV and the V-Class Marco Polo models will also follow suit to reflect the luxury and comfort all Mercedes-Benz units provide, whether it is a midsize van or a passenger car.

As for the Vito and eVito commercial vans, these models will receive an updated infotainment and connectivity system, including new digital services and a fresh set of safety features.

We might not get these updated midsize vans from Mercedes-Benz immediately, but when they arrive (and are priced competitively), it could give the segment and the market a posher option.