Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

  • 2019

  • Product
    Automotive and Transport

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Mercedes-Benz Vans

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In the logistics and transport world of the future, variability and the availability of customer-specific solutions are the essential success factor. With an unprecedented number of variants, new connectivity services and a new telematics generation, Sprinter is a tailor-made end-to-end system meeting an enormous range of transport and mobility requirements.

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  • Our customers are facing a new, very different playing field: Urban density is increasing, supply chains are becoming more complex, delivery times shorter and sustainability even more important. The new Sprinter had to provide customers with comprehensive support in this demanding commercial environment. This meant it had to be ergonomically designed and comfortable. Customers needed to be able to interact more intuitively with the vehicle and be as safe as possible whilst operating it. It needed to be adaptable to different transport sectors and act as a business card; bridging the gap between alluring design and practicality.

  • Adaptable: It's possible to generate 1734 different variants. This variability makes it ideal for many transport needs/sectors. Ergonomically shaped seats, Keyless Start and optimised air conditioning. A versatile stowage concept ensures that everything has its place. The new intuitive MBUX infotainment system brings connectivity and state-of-the-art technology. With a 10.25-inch display with HD resolution and touchscreen. New safety and assistance systems from passenger cars. Including Distance Assist DISTRONIC, Active Brake Assist and Active Lane Keeping. Exterior design retains the well-proven proportions of the preceding model, but modernizes them. The interior has dramatic contrasts blending form and function.

  • The new Sprinter becomes an integral part of the value chain. It opens up a whole new level of efficiency, flexibility, connectivity and economy. And we’re doing so tailormade to their respective transport sectors. It starts with the fact that the Sprinter is more versatile than it has ever been. Customers use it to drive sacks of cement to building sites, produce to market, and VIPs to the opera. Then Sprinter is equipped with safety technology that was previously the preserve of passenger cars and not seen in a commercial vehicle. Finally it is fully connected through MBUX.

  • Front-wheel drive and new transmissions: The proven powertrain concept around rear- and all-wheel drive is augmented by a new front-wheel drive. With this version, for design-inherent reasons, the payload increases by 50 kilograms compared with rear-wheel drive, while an 80-millimetre lower loading edge makes for significantly more convenient loading/unloading and getting in/out of the vehicle. As a first for the large van segment it comes with a 9-speed automatic transmission. Leap in efficiency thanks to internet connection: With state-of-the-art connectivity hardware and Mercedes PRO connect services, the new Sprinter is part of the Internet of Things. The innovations designed to make day-to-day work easier and more efficient include simpler fleet management and optimised communication between fleet manager and driver. This allows fleets to achieve a new quality of vehicle management. 18 connectivity services go online: At the market launch of Mercedes PRO connect as an ex-factory solution, 18 central fleet-, vehicle-, driver- and location-based services will be introduced in 21 European countries. Among the services are vehicle status, vehicle logistics, fleet communication, maintenance management and a digital trip list. The new services are implemented, with the all-new MBUX telematics generation. Note: PRO Connect not yet released in AUS.