While minivans are not exactly tuning material, Larte Design have stepped away from their usual business and modified a Mercedes-Benz V-Class.
Dubbed Black Crystal, the vehicle gets a visual makeover, with a striking black and grey two-tone design, separated by a red stripe. Some of the aftermarket elements used in the construction are made from carbon fiber, which can be finished in matte black as well.
The body kit consists of the reworked front bumper, which gets new inserts, LED lights and two black Swarovski crystals, reshaped grille with the tuner’s logo replacing the traditional 3-point star, side sills and different rear bumper with incorporated diffuser, F1-style brake light and quad steel tailpipes. Larte Design has also added the ‘Black Crystal’ emblem on the tailgate, plus a set of multi-spoke alloy wheels.
Unfortunately, the tuner hasn’t provided any images of the interior, which probably means that everything has remained stock. But don’t worry, because you’re still looking at a premium German minivan, which is very well specced, with the usual leather trim wrapping around most touchable surfaces, comfortable seats, privacy rear glass, infotainment system, climate control and lots of storage spaces. The versatile seating layout can also be adjusted to fit different needs.
Larte said that it takes around 6 hours to install the parts, whereas those who want to get this exact look will have to part ways with their V-Class for approximately 10 days. Pricing of the entire build is available upon contacting the tuner.