Mercedes-Benz has declared the launch of its new T-Class MPV, which will fit large families seeking a luxurious first-class and realistic vehicle. Mercedes notes that the T-Class will be on sale during the first half of 2022. It means, though, that the car will indeed be released in the coming year. T-Class will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2022, beside the Citan commuter vehicle of the 2nd gen. The original Citan, introduced in 2012, is mainly based on the Renault Kangoo and is intended as a replacement for the earlier T-class passenger variant Citan Tourer.
Mercedes said the T-Class would have “unmistakably typical characteristics” of the company’s designs, but it’ll be built mostly with the collaboration of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. It is planned for a variety of use like passenger travel, with slide doors on both hands as a component of car-pooling. The Mercedes T-Class MPV promotional picture reveals that the car has a newly designed front look, a bigger glass section and that the German vehicle manufacturer has made every effort to make it look less van-like.
Mercedes has not yet declared specified details about the T-Class specifications and interior design, but people in the know confirm that besides combustion-engines a fully electric version would be available. The existing design of the Citan is manufactured in France in a Renault commercial car plant. It is possible, but unverified, that when the company begins production worldwide in 2022, this system may continue with the T-class and next-gen Citan.
The premium massage seats, temperature monitoring, and integrated sound system with 15 speakers are a range of available features on the vehicle. The MPV is driven by a BS6 compliant 2.0-liter fuel engine.
Whether this all-new concept makes it to India it’s still really early to be told. Though, the possibility could emerge that the latest T-class will also be launched here, with Mercedes having a wide range of models, such as V-class.