Hartmann worked on the new Mercedes-Benz Vito

January 8, 2015 at 00:48

New minivan Mercedes-Benz Vito was finishing post-sales in the German tuning shop Hartmann. Tuners tried to make car’s appearance more sports, performing the role of commercial vehicles or family cars. In addition, the Germans cared about his impressions of the driver, increasing engine performance and improved handling. Even more modest upgrade touched the interior, although it was enough for customization.
Selecting modification 119 CDi Tourer BlueTec, team Hartmann increased the capacity for 3.0-liter V-shaped turbo diesel six-cylinder engine from the original 190 horsepower and 440 Newton meters of maximum torque to 224 horses and 505 newton meters. For this increase was enough to just plug the new electronic engine control unit, while a sportier sound diesel exhaust system provided with a pair of chrome-plated terminal connections.

Mercedes-Benz Vito by Hartmann pics

Mercedes-Benz Vito by Hartmann picture

Exterior styling kit Vansport brought the car to a splitter at the bottom of the front bumper, side skirts and rear bumper trim insert. Especially we want to note accents and stickers on a dark body, as well as 20-inch alloy wheels with black spokes and low-profile tires 245/40. Ride height reduced by as much as 30 mm by installing shorter springs, thus reducing roll in corners.

Mercedes-Benz Vito by Hartmann pics

Mercedes-Benz Vito by Hartmann image

Silver brake calipers and a bright green outer part of the rim complete the individual style of car. Salon Mercedes Vito decorated aluminum door sill plates and floor mats with the logo of the tuner. Black patent leather inserts on the center console added luxury German cars.

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