Mercedes-Benz has revealed the Sprinter Caravan cut-away “concept”, a vehicle that will be showcased at the Caravan Salon in Dusseldorf, Germany until Sept. 8, according to a report by Autoevolution.com.
Based on a new high-roof Sprinter van, the Caravan concept features a living area with front white leather seats that can be turned around and a spacious side-facing bench seat which can be pulled out into a double bed. The interior also includes a kitchen and a bathroom with integrated wardrobe.
In addition, the van was equipped with a grey laminate floor, Alcantara roof, LED lights, a flat screen TV, a stove, and a refrigerator. The whole interior can be accessed via the vehicle’s right-hand side which can be completely opened from the middle of the front passenger door to the rear axle.
Not a concept car in the true sense, the Sprinter Caravan doesn’t preview a concept car, but we imagine that such the interior can be ordered from several coachbuilders.
The Sprinter Caravan is not the only vehicle Mercedes-Benz is displaying at Dusseldorf, the cut-away van being joined by the Viano Marco Polo, Viano Fun and other camper van platform on Actros and Zetros trucks.