We may be confident that the age of the van is still very much alive because of Mercedes-Benz and Rivian.

If you believed that the van era was over, you must be mistaken. 

 Minivans and vans are returning, but automakers have modernised and updated them to meet customer wants.

The world went wild when Volkswagen unveiled the first photographs of the VW ID Buzz

the quirky design, but the German carmaker isn't the only one to have decided to go with an electrified van.

Mercedes-Benz and the EV company Rivian from California have revealed that they are working together to develop electric vans.

A letter of agreement between the two companies creating a new joint venture for the production of electric vans

The firms will jointly construct a new facility in Central/Eastern Europe where they would assemble two substantial

According to the official press release, one van will be based on the VAN.EA (MB Vans Electric Architecture)

while the other van will be based on Rivian Light Van (RLV), the second generation of electric vans.

"Since 2010, Mercedes-Benz Vans, a leader in locally emission-free mobility, has amassed extensive production

The transition to a fully electric product line is now being accelerated, according to Mathias Geisen