U t give the commercial vehicle a sportier look, says Väth 20-inch, one-piece alloy wheels in the wheel arches. From now on, 265/35 tires maintain contact with the road. The Mercedes V-Class is even closer to the earth by lowering it by 25 mm using shorter sport springs. Väth charges 2,975 euros for the new wheels, the lowering is available for 566 euros.
For easier access to the V-Class, the tuner mounts running boards under the side skirts and cashes in 629 euros for them.
For overtaking prestige in the bus lane, there is a performance surcharge for the 250 CDI at a price of 1,012 euros. With a chip tuning box, the four-cylinder turbo diesel is wrested with 225 hp and 500 Nm of torque. If you still prefer to look into the tube, you can have TV reception activated while driving for 225 euros.