The W447 Mercedes-Benz V-Class, or the next Viano, if you like, has been teased online, ahead of its full reveal in January next year. Its public debut, meanwhile, is scheduled for the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The sole picture released above show the upcoming luxury MPV (in full specs) cum commercial van (in lesser forms) sporting shapely headlamps that are not unlike those on the latest S-Class and C-Class. Also on are fancy daytime-running lights, next to the full-LED beam arrays (likely to be costly options, exclusive to the upper-class luxury MPV variants only).
We’ve already seen the vehicle’s interior in full, plus disguised full-bodied prototypes on test, so there’s not much to be left to imagination. Mercedes sure hopes that the new V-Class can fill its luxury MPV void – a task that the existing R-Class didn’t quite measure up to. Do you like what you see so far?