2014 Mercedes Viano caught testing in southern Europe

The new Mercedes-Benz Viano has been caught testing in Southern Europe. Wearing plenty of camouflage, it does look to have a more upright front fascia, new grille, sweptback headlights and more distinctive wheel arches.

Overall look will be more modern with new window lines. The Viano will continue to have rear sliding doors, offering plenty of storage space and easy access.

In addition to new spy shots we are also bringing you leaked design sketches that show a floating dashboard with circular air vents, wood trim and a freestanding COMAND display.

Engine options will include a range of four- and six-cylinder units. Public debut is expected to take place in early 2014.

design sketches via: blog.mercedes-benz-passion.com


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