It comes as little surprise, but the Mercedes V-Class is yet to receive the first makeover of its life cycle. The prototype snapped on its way to the Arctic Circle wore a camouflaged grille and front bumper which leads us to believe these are the two sections to receive the mild facelift.
Sneaking through the mesh up front the two bars in the grille appear to be thicker and the three-pointed star bigger than they are today. Modifications to the rear might be limited to new lamp units, or probably won’t happen at all.
Under the hood, the V-Class will continue with the existing line of four cylinder diesel engines with power outputs ranging between 136bhp and 190bhp.