Mercedes-Benz has announced its all-new Mercedes-Benz T-class, a luxurious van from the German automaker that seats 5 passenger.

The Mercedes-Benz T-Class will be available in Europe later this year with a limited selection of four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines and a standard wheelbase.

While most of the van's components are all-new, the Mercedes-Benz T-class shares a lot of its looks with the Renault Kangoo that it shares its DNA.

It uses conventionally hinged doors up front and sliding doors at the rear.

The van will be available in 2 trims: Style and Progressive.

A near-vertical tailgate opens at the bumper level in the back, revealing a revealing an adequate amount of space and customers can choose between a twin 'barn door' layout and a single 'barn door' arrangement.

The Mercedes-Benz T-class comes with 16-inch steel or 16-inch alloy wheels as standard, with 17-inch alloy wheels available as an option.

The front-wheel-drive  Mercedes-Benz T-Class comes with a two four-cylinder petrol engines and two four-cylinder diesel engines.

The 1.3-litre petrol engines provide 101PS in the T160 and 129PS in the T180, while the T160d and T180d diesel engines produce 94PS and 114PS, respectively.