2019 Mercedes Sprinter. Mercedes has focused on a customizable car that will be able to meet a wide range of needs for both large and small companies. You will be able to come in many shapes including van plate, tourrer, pickup, chassis, bus or head transactions and body types. In addition to these options will be a number of driver configurations, cab designs, body lengths, load, load compartment heights and equipment features. According to Mercedes more than 1700 different versions can be configured as a result. 2019 Mercedes Sprinter is about as flexible as any vehicle can get. It is available in voodoo, rod or I shapes, and with van plate, tourrer, pickup, chassis, bus or jars body styles.
External design updates are evolutionary and still far from the concept of future vision is glorious. There are, however, enough technology and interior upgrades to get excited. High customizable range and truck comes in multiple different formats. Inside the car updates include geometrical-shaped seats, a keyless start and an improved air-conditioning system. In addition, the new network services of the Mercedes Pro are connected to the new Mobox multimedia systems (Mercedes-Benz user experience) that provide a modern and connected cabin.
A Wi-Fi hotspot and information and entertainment system have also been added. Mercedes-Benz Vans upgraded the 2019 Mercedes Sprinter to a new level with safety features. The assistive systems available for the new 2019 Mercedes Sprinter include for example. A reverse self-cleaning camera showing its image in the rearview mirror, a modern parking package with a 360 degree display, and a rain sensor with wet wiper system integrated to see optimal even during the scanning process.
In Europe, engines will range from 113 horsepower to 188 hp, while automatic manual transmission offers 7-speed automatic transmission and six-speed transmission. For Voodoo models, which will not be displayed in North America, the 9GTronic transmission is provided. All said, Mercedes says the van is available in over 1700 different configurations. In 2019, Mercedes Sprinter standard will join the eMercedes Sprinter fully.
The electrified truck will use the same power system as Evey, which has a range of 93 miles. Mercedes says the eMercedes Sprinter is “essentially designed for operations within the city” and offers similar operating costs with commercial diesel trucks – albeit without emissions. The eMercedes Sprinter will be served only in a variety of specifications based on package and load requirements, and will be supported by a network of home-based charging stations for fleet operators.
2019 Mercedes Sprinter official debut will be paid in Geneva next month.