First the specialists of Hartmann tuning with the Mercedes Vito Mixto with VP Spirit kit shown that you can also equip the V-Class with an aerodynamic package and also significantly lower, and now you show us with a modified Mercedes V 250 BlueTEC 4matic (V 447) that is just the opposite possible. While the above linked Mixed with VP-kit rather for the road is considered the newest project for the light off-road use into consideration. For Vito riders who are traveling in the wild with their vehicle and who also have a lot of space, the Hartmann range of accessories may be the perfect choice. Under the well-known label Vansports A V 250 BlueTEC 4matic was made fit for off-road use. Immediately one recognizes the higher body of the Vansports V-class.
By modifying the chassis with lifting springs, Hartmann increased the ground clearance by 30 millimeters. This ensures a ground clearance of 17 instead of the previous 14 centimeters. The larger space in the wheel arch also enables a new wheel / tire combination. The in-house FIVE 1 rims in 17-inch format were installed. Visually, the glossy black lacquered five-spoke rim goes well with the metallic gray lacquer of the V250. The new Alu's are equipped with General Grabber all-terrain off-road tires, which bring the best conditions for off-road excursions. And of course, the look of this vehicle has also been upgraded through various body modifications. On the sides there were matt black powder-coated side skirts and the mirror caps, the roof rails and all chrome trim parts were also wrapped in a matt black look.
The SetUp is subtly rounded off with black anodized rear bumper protection. If you would like to change the optics of the V-class even further in the direction of safari by means of additional wheel arch attachments or ornamental under-ride shooters. In contrast to the above linked Vito Mixto, however, there were no changes to the four-cylinder diesel or the interior of this vehicle. If there are more details about the changes, there is of course, as always, an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
(Photos: Hartmann Tuning)
These are the changes to the Mercedes V-Class:
- Chassis change - raising spring set by 30 mm
- Hartmann FIVE 1 rims (17 inch, glossy black)
- General Grabber All Terrain Tires (235 / 60 R17)
- matt black powder-coated Protect 1 side skirts
- black anodized bumper protection
- Mirror caps, roof rails, chrome trim in matt black
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Lifting & off-road tires
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