The shapely 170V was presented to the public in February 1936 during the 26th International Motor and Motorcycle Exhibition (IAMA) in Berlin. Thus replaced the four-cylinder gasoline engine with the internal name W136 the six-cylinder type 170 (W15 series) from. In the years 1936-1942, more than 70,000 vehicles were produced and sold in various body styles, so this type was one of the front runners in Mercedes-Benz production in the pre-war period. The noble four-door sedan then cost 3,850 Reichsmark and was available in various finishes. Whether as a sedan, convertible or convertible, the vehicle is a highlight in every variant. The two-tone color scheme of this model is another highlight and makes the vehicle even more lively.