German car giant Mercedes Benz introduced its new T-Class car, which appeals to both individual and commercial use. Although the photos of the new car are not shared, a photo showing the lines of the car has been shared.
German car giant Mercedes-Benz introduced its new car T-Class today. The new Mercedes-Benz T-Class will meet its users in the future as a car targeting both individual and commercial users. However, the new series was defined as ‘a friend suitable for active life lovers’ as well as being designed for the needs of large families.
Mercedes-Benz’s new series will fully meet the value to be found on the price tag with the services it offers. In addition, Mercedes-Benz, which has started to gain momentum in the electric car industry, will launch the T-Class with both internal combustion and electric engine versions.
Mercedes-Benz’s new car: T-Class:
Mercedes-Benz T-Class, which will meet those who want a wide car in the first half of 2022, will be the center of attention of users who prefer attractive and compact models according to Marcus Breitscwerdt, manager of Mercedes-Benz Van. In addition, the Mercedes-Benz T-Class will embrace families and active enthusiasts who want to step into the world of Mercedes-Benz.
Expressing the new series of Mercedes-Benz, the letter T represents efficient field use concepts in the company. Although we currently only have a promotional photo about the new series, Daimler Group Design Officer Gorden Wagener shed light on what we can expect from the new series in his statement:
“We managed to combine the architecture and design of the new T-Class with functionality and passion. With our unique design approach ‘Emotional Purity’, we offer a very special tool in the new T-Class with its design, body proportions and added value.”
Mercedes-Benz Citan viewed:
Besides the new Mercedes-Benz T-Class, there is good news for Citan fans from the German manufacturer. Being criticized due to its resemblance to Renault Kangoo, Citan will be transformed into a recognizable Mercedes-Benz model at first glance.