However, before debuting the updated people carrier, the German car firm has launched the Night Edition, with deliveries commencing next month.
The special model is already available for order in its homeland, from €55,260 ($66,099), and thanks to its numerous upgrades, choosing it rather than an identically specced V-Class will save you €2,300 ($2,751).
Visually, the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Night Edition sports exclusive black design features, AMG front and rear aprons, ‘Edition’ badges on the front wings, special grille design with two louvers in high-gloss black, and 19-inch AMG rims, with a 7-double-spoke design, finished in black.
Mercedes-Benz wasn’t that eager to provide a glimpse into the cabin at the time of writing. However, it claims that occupants will be surrounded by plenty of leather trim with contrast stitching on the seats and dashboard with a dark look, black roof liner and floor mats with ‘Edition’ badges. Also, the special edition V-Class is equipped with the Parking package as standard, which makes it easier to maneuver in tight spaces.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz V-Class Night Edition is available in the V250d flavor. The diesel engine delivers 190PS (187hp / 140kW), and is said to return between 6.8 and 7.5 l/100 km (41.5-37.7 UK mpg / 34.6-31.4 US mpg) on average. CO2 emissions are 179-199 g/km.