Marcus De Guzman / Mercedes-Benz | May 17, 2018 12:53
Special edition Mercedes-Benz V-Class gets AMG kit inside and out
Looking for a sleek-looking van for the family? Mercedes-Benz, with some help from their tuning division AMG, recently kitted out their people carrier and made it look sportier. Simply called the Night Edition, the special edition V-Class gets blacked-out aesthetics, along with subtle exterior / interior upgrades.
Beginning with the body itself, the side mirrors and front grill are all painted high gloss black which give the van a distinct look. It also gets new front and rear aprons courtesy of AMG that highlight the Night Edition's sportier appearance.
Shod in the wheel wells are huge 19-inch alloys which are also finished in high gloss black and come with a seven twin-spoke design. Apart from that, the Night Edition badges on the special V-Class are also painted black to complete the look.
No images of the interior were provided, but the company did mention that AMG had a helping hand sprucing up the cabin. For starters, the seats are upholsterd in black nappa leather while the dashboard receives a leather-look finish with contrast stitching. There are also unique floor mats with Edition badging and a black roof liner.
Under the hood remains the familiar 2.1-liter four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. Sadly, AMG did not tweak the engine to produce more horsepower and torque. Having said that, the engine still produces 190 PS and 440 Nm of torque.
Mercedes-Benz is already accepting orders for the special edition van in Germany while deliveries of the 2018 V-Class Night Edition will begin in June 2018.