Although the top-tier V-Class vehicles from Mercedes-Benz already come loaded with a lot of features and conveniences, German tuner VÄTH has further improved this particular V300d. The transformation began with the installation of lower springs, which dropped the vehicle by 1.1 inches and gave it a more aggressive stance.
In addition to the springs, a pair of 20x9" VÄTH wheels with 255/40 Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires are mounted on all four corners. The tuner has also built a stainless steel sports exhaust system for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class, which includes polished tailpipes.
If clients prefer more power, VÄTH can increase output to 269 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. Now, the prices. The Mercedes-Benz V-Class lowering springs are priced at $541, while the wheel and tire set is priced at $2,988. In addition, the running boards are available for $526, the stainless steel exhaust costs $1,890, the engine tune is $852, and a pedal tune costs $130.