The German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has published today a few pictures with the all-new 2014 V-Class. The Stuttgart-based model will be unveiled sometime next year. The first official pictures are with the interior of the V-Class. 

According to rumors, the German manufacturer will replace the Viano nameplate with the V-Class which will also serve as a replacement for the R-Class. The same voices are saying that the upcoming V-Class will be officially unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. 

Inside the company the model is codenamed W447 and it brings back the V-Class moniker which disappeared more than a decade ago. 

As you can see, the upcoming Mercedes-Benz V-Class will come with a more luxury interior. It will have a premium cabin with wood inserts and leather upholstery. More than that, the car will also have some metallic accessories. 

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We are looking forward to see the exterior design of the upcoming Mercedes-Benz V-Class.

Source: WCF