Taken surreptitiously from a promotional video revealing the official vehicle, the stills show a very shiny and luxurious people-carrying machine— part minivan, part wagon, part SUV, part crossover, all Benz. The project is still known as the Vision GST, and what we know of specs is still quite basic: an air suspension, six or eight cylinders beneath the bonnet, all-wheel-drive, and a platform shared with the new M-Class. It will be launched as the R-Class sometime next year, and along with the B-Class will continue MB's quest to conquer the entire alphabet.
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