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The Mercedes-Benz V-Class AMG Line package has been unveiled and will head onto option lists from later this year.

As you’d expect from an AMG-branded styling and equipment package, the V-Class AMG Line includes a whole raft of changes to make the Vito-based people mover look and feel more sporty.

On the outside, there’s 19-inch lightweight alloy wheels, more aggressively cut front and rear bumpers, chunkier side sills, and a rear lip spoiler. The AMG Line rides on a sports suspension system that sits 15mm closer to the ground than regular V-Class models, and there’s also larger discs and Mercedes-Benz-branded brake callipers.

Mercedes-Benz V 250 d ( W 447 ) AMG Line  2016

Those sitting inside may notice air vents that are now ringed by a band of silver chrome. There’s also black headliing, faux carbonfibre trim across the dashboard, and brushed aluminium pedals for the driver.

Options available for AMG Line buyers include a large centre console with cooler compartment and LED-illuminated thermo-cupholders, rear seat air-conditioning, a panoramic sunroof that’s claimed to be “the largest … in the mid-size van segment”, Agility Control variable damping suspension, and iPad holders for the front seat backs.

Mercedes-Benz V 250 d ( W 447 ) AMG Line  2016

No engine or drivetrain upgrades are included as part of the AMG Line, which can be fitted to both V-Class and V-Class Avantgarde models.

According Jerry Stamoulis, Mercedes-Benz Australia’s public relations manager, the new styling and equipment package will be available on to order on Australia-bound V-Classes and pricing will be announced later in 2015.




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