Remember the first time someone put a television screen inside their car? People got crazy over that, and almost everyone wanted one for themselves. Well, with the new Mercedes-Benz V-Class by Mansory, there’s no need to pimp your ride! Everything has already been pimped out for you. But no, this isn’t like what you see on the television. Not with huge booming speakers and multi-colour LED lights.
The high-end van caters to busy executives. Imagine the space and comfort you get in a first-class suite, all compressed in a van. The Mercedes V250d takes luxury vans to a new level, promoting first-class travel.
So let me get to the point. The Mercedes-Benz V250d has very minimal enhancements when it comes to the exterior. Other than the two-tone paintwork and mirror housings, it now features LED-integrated air ducts for a sportier look, trapezoid exhaust tips, and a custom set of 19-inch wheels and exhaust tailpipes. All of these are composed of carbon fiber.
Now, let us get to the more interesting part. Its interior boasts a prestigious set of Alcantara leather seats, and fine wood accents for more opulence. The V250d has two reclining comfort seats with full massage functions. The seats are separated by a centre console that can be modified into a refrigerator (optional feature). Across the two are a pair of fully extendable conference seats when needed to face the rear. The luxury van comes complete with electronic function that can be controlled by the centre touch screen display such as seat functions, Wi-Fi, hands-free calling, and TV.
Despite only having a total of six seats instead of eight (two seats in front, and four at the back), Mansory made sure that the interior is large enough and has all the leg space for that first-class feel. Imagine having to travel distances, when you’ve got all the work to do. Well, the V250d makes future conferences much more comfortable, and private.
V250d also has a new sport steering wheel, with carbon fiber shift paddles. Though the luxury van isn’t fast enough for racing. It still holds a total of 252 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque with the ability to reach a top speed of 210 kilometers per hour. Not bad for a big boy. This is all thanks to the turbodiesel 2, 1-liter four-cylinder powertrain.
The company has not yet announced the price of the Mercedes V250d. We do know that similar models like the Brabus Business Lounge can cost over $300,000. But multi-national CEOs and executives have got nothing to worry when it comes to the price tag.