The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a good vehicles for plumbers or electricians, but tuner Renntech wants us to think of this van as a survival tool.
At the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz rolled out the Sprinter Extreme Concept, taking this everyday work van from ordinary to insane. This beast is over 20-feet long, nearly eight-feel tall, comes with a diesel powerplants and is capable of hauling 6,400 lbs of payload.
Built by tuner Renntech, plenty of custom equipment was added to make this concept entirely capable. A custom roof rack supports six forward-facing lights up front while a brush guard protects the lights down low. A powerful winch is fitted to the front bumper, riding above G-Class-inspired beadlock wheels and off-road tires. Of course, chrome exhaust stacks and a vinyl wrap complete the look.
A “Tipper Bed” fitted by Scattolini ScattoMaax is also on the back of the Extreme concept and is able to dump over 5,200 pounds to the side or off the back.
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