While the market for sporty vans is tiny, tuners haven’t shied away from making certain cargo/people hauling vehicles look much more aggressive.
This particular Mercedes-Benz V-Class features plenty of custom parts. Look close at just the front bumper, and you’ll spot a new lower grille, aero lining on each side, a central spoiler, front lip and LED lights. At the back, there’s a large rear diffuser, aero pads and carbon fiber quad exhaust tips.
There’s also a carbon fiber trunk lid spoiler and a custom lining under the rear wiper. Other parts include side skirts, fender extensions, decals, custom badges and new wheels.
The Russian tuner will sell you two separate versions of this kit, one without and one with carbon fiber parts. The former is priced at €12,090 ($14,000), whereas the latter costs €16,750 ($19,500).
What sets this V-Class apart from a similar example we showed you last year is the fact that it features a two-tone aesthetic.