Vath Atelier presented revised version of Mercedes-Benz Citan. Taking the non-commercial modification Traveliner, tuners have changed the design of the van and slightly improved its interior equipment. External changes are not so much, but they ‘set the mood’. German tuners installed on the side steps Mercedes Citan polished stainless steel plate. In addition, the car got onto the roof rails and chrome grille. Also, the company underestimated the van suspension and set it 18-inch wheels. But the interior of the Mercedes QUO Vath studio is virtually identical to the original, and only on the floor mats arranged alternately black velor. Tuners reprogram the engine control unit, which made it possible to increase the impact of 1.5-liter diesel engine to 135 hp and 433 Nm. This has a positive impact on the dynamics of the van, which is now able to accelerate to 165 km/h. The cost of improvements is not specified.