Mercedes-Benz has officially showcased the new facelift of its V-Class Marco Polo, adding a fresh chapter to the legacy of the renowned German monovolume campervan. This unveiling has kept the buzz alive at the Dusseldorf Caravan Salon, where major vehicle launches have been taking center stage.
Drawing inspiration from its standard monovolume counterpart, the latest V-Class Marco Polo boasts a larger grille, new luminescent light signatures, and additional chromatic embellishments. For those seeking a sportier touch, the campervan will be available with the AMG Line exterior package. This package enhances the vehicle’s appearance with an LED-lit frame around the grille, cutting-edge Multibeam LED headlights, a newly designed front bar, and a contemporary taillight signature.
The interior hasn’t been overlooked either. The revamped campervan spoils its occupants with 12.3-inch displays for both the multimedia system and digital dashboard. A reimagined central console, newly designed steering wheel, and innovative air vents elevate the cabin’s ambiance.
Camping enthusiasts will appreciate the V-Class Marco Polo’s dedicated features: a retractable roof with an integrated bed, a compact kitchenette, a foldable bench that can be transformed into a bed, a collapsible table, and a spacious wardrobe.
Enhancing the camping experience, Mercedes-Benz introduces the MBAC interface, allowing users to control various camping functions either from the steering wheel through the central screen or directly via their smartphone. This even includes adjusting the pneumatic suspension for leveling the vehicle on inclined terrains.
As of now, Mercedes-Benz remains tight-lipped about the technical specifications of this revamped model. However, with the brand’s track record, we anticipate a perfect blend of luxury and functionality.
For avid campers and Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts alike, the V-Class Marco Polo facelift promises to be an exciting addition to the world of luxury campervans.