The new T‑Class is instantly recognisable as a member of the Mercedes‑Benz family. Its design is distinguished by balanced proportions and a sensual surface design with reduced lines. Muscular shoulders and striking wheel wells underline the vehicle’s power and emotive appeal. The standard chrome-plated radiator grille and body-coloured outside mirror housings, door handles and front bumper add premium-character touches. There are also door sill panels with Mercedes‑Benz lettering and optional 17‑inch light-alloy wheels. The elegant paint shade rubellite red metallic is also available for the T‑Class.
The small van combines compact exterior dimensions with a huge amount of space. The five-seater T‑Class is 4498 millimetres long, 1859 millimetres wide and 1811 millimetres tall. A long-wheelbase variant with up to seven seats will follow.
Further benefits of the T-Class which make everyday life for families and active leisure enthusiasts easier and more comfortable: the low loading sill of just 561 millimetres makes it easier to load heavy objects. Wide-opening sliding doors on both sides of the vehicle allow comfortable access to the rear passenger compartment. This enables children to get in and out of the vehicle quickly and safely in narrow streets and parking spaces. It also provides a choice of loading from three sides, including the tailgate. The sliding doors provide an opening measuring 614 millimetres wide and 1059 millimetres high. The rear seat bench folds down as standard to create a virtually flat loading area with the luggage compartment floor. This allows the vehicle interior to be adapted as needed to the specific requirements of the day. The luggage compartment features a tailgate with heated rear window as standard. A two-section rear door is available as an alternative. Both sections of the door can be locked in the 90‑degree position and can be pivoted to the side at an angle of up to 180 degrees.
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