Mercedes-Benz teases new T-Class van ahead of Apr. 26 debut


Mercedes-Benz released a teaser photo of the refreshed T-Class van ahead of its debut, which is scheduled this April 26, 2022. Touted as a premium small van for people with active lifestyles, the new T-Class “combines a sporty and emotional design with a spacious and variable interior, practical sliding doors, and the comfort, connectivity, high-quality appeal, and safety typical of Mercedes.”


  • When will the new Mercedes-Benz T-Class make its debut?

    Its world premiere is scheduled for April 26.
  • Where can fans watch the unveiling?

    Fans can check out the global premiere at the Mercedes me media platform.
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    The teaser photo shows the van’s front end donning Mercedes’ familiar-looking grille as well as the three-pointed star emblem in the middle. Visible are minimal lines and modern styling cues showing that the new T-Class definitely looks the part.

    As for the details regarding the van’s interior and powertrain, these bits of information will most likely be revealed at the new T-Class’ digital world premiere. Speaking of which, it will happen on the Mercedes me media platform.

    Per Mercedes-Benz, the digital unveiling of the new T-Class premium active van will include a premiere film that delves into the varied world of families and leisure enthusiasts, ultimately highlighting the relevant features of the new T-Class van.

    With this premium small van Mercedes‑Benz Vans is expanding its portfolio for the private customer market to include an attractive model for entry into the Mercedes world — for all those who need plenty of space, but still want to drive a vehicle with compact outer dimensions.

    Photos from Mercedes-Benz

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