Mercedes Benz has introduced the facelifted version of the Mercedes Benz V-Class last year with updates including revised styling, a new four-cylinder diesel engine, new 9G-Tronic 9-speed automatic transmission, and an updated MBUX infotainment system. Now Mercedes Benz introduced another update for the V-Class that is Airmatic air suspension system that provides more comfort, better fuel consumption, and better stability. The new suspension system offers different driving modes. The Airmatic suspension on the V-Class can act actively different in different road conditions.
There is a selector in the center console that allows the driver to choose driving modes between Comfort, Manual, sport, and lift. At the speed of 110 kph, the ride height lowers by 10 mm. On the lift mode also the ride height increases by 35 mm up to a speed of 30 kph.
Buyers who want an electric car can opt for the EQV variant that is an all-electric van.