Motor Authority reviewed the upcoming AMG line package for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class and it looks amazing from the outside and inside! http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1027789_mercedes-benz-v-class-gets-sporty-amg-line-package
Maybe this will also be available for the Metris in the future.The Mercedes-Benz V-Class is sold here in the United States as a commercial vehicle known as the Metris, but in other markets it’s positioned as a plush people carrier aimed at high-end transport services and large families.
The AMG Line package for the V-Class borrows a number of design elements from the Mercedes-AMG performance lineup, including newly styled front and rear bumpers, distinctive side sill panels, 19-inch AMG light-alloy wheels, and a lip spoiler. But it’s not just about looks as the package also features a 17-inch braking system, lowered suspension with tauter spring and damper settings, and an available Agility Control variable damper system.
There are also a number of upgrades for the interior, including an available panoramic roof and new center comfort system with a chiller compartment, LED-illuminated thermo-cupholders, two iPad holders in the rear and rear seat air conditioning. The standard kit includes vents finished in chrome, a sports pedal cluster in brushed aluminum, carbon fiber-look trim and a black headlining.
The AMG Line package for the V-Class will be unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show on September 15 and will be available to order in markets where the V-Class is sold towards the end of the year. There’s no word yet if any of these AMG Line features will be offered on our own Metris van.