A new Exclusive trim has been added to the 2016 Mercedes-Benz V-Class line-up. As its name implies, the new variant sits right at the top of the range and comes with the appropriate luxury appointments.
The new Mercedes-Benz V-Class Exclusive will pamper its passengers with comfort seats in black or silk beige nappa leather with electric adjustment, heating and ventilation functions, Dinamica roof liner in black or porcelain, leather covered armrests and brushed aluminum trims.
Among the standard equipment we find thermo cup holders illuminated by LEDs, USB, SD card slot, a Burmester surround sound system with 16 high-performance loudspeakers and a new panoramic sliding sunroof with electric glass sliding at the front and a fixed glass section at the rear.
Admired from the exterior, the new Mercedes-Benz V-Class Exclusive will be easily distuinguished by its 19-inch alloy wheels which complement the standard sports suspension. In addition to the Attention Assist and Crosswind Assist, the automaker offers standard Active Parking Assist with 360-degree camera.
Also standard on the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Exclusive (and optional on other V-Class variants) is the large center console with refrigerated compartment and the iPad holder mounted on the backrest of the front seats.
Of course, Mercedes offers the AMG Line pack too, which adds 19-inch AMG wheels, fresh shaped front and rear aprons and an additional spoiler lip complemented by distinctive side sills.
If you must ask, it means you cannot afford it. Even so, we will indulge your curiousity and tell you that the new Mercedes-Benz V-Class Exclusive has a starting price of €73,911 ($82,435), on the German market.