The X-Class doesn't stray too far from the concept that debuted in 2016.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

One thing that's changed between the concept and the production version is the taillight arrangement -- it's no longer a solid strip of LEDs around the bed. 

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

The base X200 wields a 165-horsepower gas I4, and the X220d and X250d sport two different diesel I4s (163 hp and 190 hp, respectively), but if that isn't enough, there's a range-topping diesel V6 with 258 hp.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Buyers have a choice of manual or automatic transmissions, as well as a choice between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, the latter of which comes with a low range and an optional locking differential.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

There's also a middle-ground drivetrain option that acts like a rear-wheel-drive truck until it needs to engage the front axle for additional traction.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

The X-Class packs a variety of active and passive safety systems, including autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist and traffic sign recognition.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

It will also work with Mercedes-Benz's connected-car services, so owners will be able to locate or otherwise check up on their trucks remotely.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

It will also work with Mercedes-Benz's connected-car services, so owners will be able to locate or otherwise check up on their trucks remotely.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

It will be sold as part of the Mercedes-Benz Vans division, and it's expected to go on sale in Europe this November, starting around €37,000 ($42,758).

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

There are still no plans to bring the X-Class to the US.

Published:Caption:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz

Published:Photo:Mercedes-Benz
Up Next

2019 Mercedes-Benz C300 Sedan gets a little more style, a lot more tech