Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has become one of the most popular light commercial vehicles for both passenger transport and cargo companies. Sprinter’s outgoing model, which has been keeping its general design forms since 2006, was recently facelifted in 2014.
According to information the brand has shared from its official social media account, the world premiere of the third generation Sprinter will be held on Tuesday February 6, in Duisburg, Germany.
Significant changes will be made in the overall design of the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, which will have a very long and high structure in its new generation.
Three major changes are brewing at the front, according to a hint video and camouflaged spy photos posted in the past days. These are a new front headlights, wide front grille and larger star logo positioned centrally.
Unlike existing Mercedes-Benz models due to being a commercial vehicle, Sprinter comes with an analog dashboard but the new three-spoke steering wheel also has integrated cruise control buttons. Infotainment system also renewed with the brand’s most up-to-date infrastructure. It also has Wi-Fi hotspot, electrically operated seats with memory function, USB charging points, many storage spaces and climate control.
On the other hand, significant improvements have been made in terms of quality and comfort throughout the minimalist interior. Mercedes-Benz also offers a system called “Pro Connect Services” for the all-new Sprinter. Drivers and fleets can communicate with each other via the internet network with this optional system.
There is no information on engine options, but zero emission variants and autonomous driving options can be added to the family.