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 Luxury of the month - October
When a car manufacturer kicks off with a truly unique vehicle, there is typically some element of risk involved. But that's exactly how Mercedes-Benz India started things off when it unveiled a premium car with individual seating that was almost five metres long.


 The Mercedes-Benz V-Class is a sizable people mover that provides an abundance of space together with luxurious high- end saloon car features. Depending on configuration, Mercedes has added up to eight seats to its Vito van, giving it a significantly more upscale interior that incorporates a lot of tech and design cues from other models in the lineup.
 Any way you look at it, the V-Class appears to be enormous. The swept-back LED headlamps compliment the wide nose. Mercedes-Benz designers strived to guarantee that this luxury MPV has a very streamlined face and that the remainder of the design flows seamlessly towards the back, despite the fact that the car has the usual MPV shape. The design does a fantastic job at concealing its enormous size.
 

The V-Class comes with a 2.1-liter, four-cylinder engine and a 7-speed automated transmission. This engine has been tuned to produce 162 bhp and 380 nm of torque and has been modified to satisfy BS6 standards. These numbers stand alone and seem remarkable, but the V-Class weights more than 3 tonnes. Nevertheless, in typical driving circumstances, this unique Mercedes is remarkably speedy.
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