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Mercedes V Class Concept Vision gives a glimpse into luxury vans of the future

Mercedes Benz V Class Concept Vision

Mercedes Benz Vans showcased its new V-Class Concept Vision PHEV in Geneva and confirming further expansion in this area.

Mercedes Benz V-Class Concept Vision PHEV is a plug in hybrid based on the V Class van. On display at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the concept is designed to meet the demands of buyers who want to travel in luxury inside the city.

Mercedes Benz V Class Concept Vision

Mercedes V Class Concept is powered by a 2.0 liter petrol engine capable of 210 PS peak power while its electric motor adds another 120 PS taking total power and torque figures upto 333 hp and 600 Nm. Due to the fact that the Mercedes Benz V-Class Concept Vision PHEV is a plug-in hybrid, fuel efficiency stands at 3 liter per 100km (or 33.33 kmpl) while auto emissions are at 71 g/km CO2.

Mercedes Benz V Class Concept Vision

On full battery charge the Mercedes Benz V-Class Concept Vision PHEV can travel upto 50 km. The 13.5 kW battery pack is capable of achieving speeds of upto 80 kmph. Mercedes V Class Concept is being projected as a private / business vehicle, with outstanding interior features and powerful engine.

Mercedes Benz V Class Concept Vision

Following this unveiling, it has also been confirmed by Volker Mornhinweg, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans that Mercedes Benz will be expanding its V-Class range. The company will be adding a host of new body lengths and all wheel drive models which will take total variants to 18 by the end of this year.

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