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Kelvin Mercedes-Benz Sprinter RV Lets You Work From Home and Travel

The onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic forced a lot of companies to adopt work-from-home arrangements for their employees. However, it also grounded us because travel was restricted to avoid the further spread of the virus. With the economy jumpstarting now, thanks to the arrival of vaccines, we can travel again, but it is hard to do that while there’s a lot of work to do. Advanced RV recently launched a new camper referred to as “Kelvin” based on the 144-inch wheelbase Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van with 4×4 configuration. It features a homey cabin with a home office, which is a perfect solution for telecommuting folks with wanderlust. On the outside, Kelvin… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz and Airstream Creates a Luxury Hotel on Wheels

Airstream, the iconic maker of trailers in the US for people on the go, and Mercedes-Benz, an equally revered brand from Germany that has a long history of making luxury vehicles, have recently launched the fruit of their latest collaboration. Their latest project is the hotel on wheels called the 2021 Atlas Touring Coach. The recreational vehicle is based on the platform of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van. It is combined with Airstream’s popular “silver bullet” trailer design. The result is a stylish interior with space-saving elements. The new Atlas Touring Coach features a slide-out wall for extra space, captain’s chairs that can be rotated to face the rear, a three-seat… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Minibus Sprinter City 75 Takes On Germany Roads

The latest generation Sprinter City 75 is making its way down German roads. They will soon be available for use in Göppingen and the surrounding area on regular-service bus routes. The buses will work in the urban traffic of Göppingen because regular large buses will not fit the tight dimensions of the town’s center. Rolf Grüb, Sales for Mercedes-Benz Buses, and Max Witzel, Head of Sales for Mercedes-Benz Minibuses, officially handed over the new Mercedes?Benz minibusses to Manfred and Carsten Frank, the owners of the Omnibusverkehr-Reisen Frank & Stöckle bus company. Manfred Frank said they want to offer their passengers “a full-fledged regular-service bus with all the comfort it entails.”… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 Van Unveiled

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter may not be enjoying the same level of reception as the other Mercedes luxury vehicles because of its utilitarian design but here is something to get us a bit excited about the van range of the German automaker. Recently, the company revealed the 4×4 version of the Sprinter. Among the main selling points of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 include an adaptive electronic stability program (ESP), an acceleration skid control (ASR) that can be disabled, a downhill speed regulation (DSR) with reduction gear, and a new traction-control system called the 4ETS. The selectable all-wheel-drive system of the Sprinter 4×4 offers a 35/65 front-to-rear torque split as a default configuration…. Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Concept Marco Polo Camper Van Debuts in Germany

The coming Caravan Salon 2018 happening on August 25 in Düsseldorf, Germany, will showcase the new Concept Marco Polo. Compared with the previous versions of the camper van, the concept is fitted with smart and advanced connectivity features. According to Mercedes, the Concept Marco Polo is based on the new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. It is scheduled to hit dealerships next year. New Tech The key highlight of the van is the new interface module called the “Mercedes-Benz Advanced Control” or MBAC. Similar to one of the key functions offered by the MBUX, the MBAC allows the driver to configure the settings of the auto through voice commands. These include controls for the air suspension,… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Premieres New Line Of Minibuses

There’s a completely new generation of minibuses from Mercedes-Benz based on the Sprinter vans. The line features a unique range of technology modules, and they are perfect for all kinds of functions—line service, versatile shuttle bus, transport of passengers with limited mobility, and tourist transport. The model series is aptly called Sprinter City, Sprinter Transfer, Sprinter Mobility and Sprinter Travel. Sprinter City 75 The Sprinter City 7.5 is an 8.5-meters-long regular-service bus that seats up to 38 passengers. The special long wheelbase of 5095 mm provides the basis for a spacious, low-floor platform between the axles. This means that Mercedes can fit the minibus with tip-up seats, wheelchair, and pram… Continue Reading »

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3 Things We Learned About The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van’s Next-Gen Spy Shots

The next-generation Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van is slowly taking shape in the United States. These spy shots showed the van being tested in two configurations: one as a work-ready chassis cab and the other as an integrated motorhome version. Though the Sprinters were heavily clad in camouflage and black plastic panels in the spy shots provided by Trucks.com to prevent a good look at the new design, we still got a glimpse of what’s to come for the next-generation van. 1. Exterior There’s something happening on the side profile of the new Sprinter van that causes the window to have a “dramatic” upward swoop. According to those who have seen the… Continue Reading »

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