The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter It is one of the vehicles that we probably see the most near hotels, airports and in different businesses, but honestly we never pay much attention to it, at the end of the day it is more of a tool for work. However, in 2020 he fulfilled 25 years of existence, the same ones that the Polish bodywork fulfilled Kegger, which focuses on working with different types of van. That is why they decided to do 25 units of a Sprinter transformed into a crane inspired by the silver arrows of F1.
Kegger launched heavy artillery at this Sprinter, because in addition to turning it into a crane It gave you several areas where you can store tools or any type of objects. As if it weren’t obvious, they gave it a visual treatment with a more aggressive fascia, 18 “wheels and the decoration with the colors that the Mercedes-AMG F1 of the 2021 season.
Inside the work is also impressive, because they covered the seats and part of the dashboard in suede with mint green contrasts. A change that truly transforms the interior of a work vehicle.
Mechanically the biggest change he received was the arrival of a air suspension, to improve handling and also make it easier to lower a few inches to allow vehicles with very little ground clearance without much effort or ramp extensions.
Its engine is the most powerful that the Sprinter diesel can carry in Europe, a 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 with 190 hp and 324 lb.-ft. of pair. Kegger, has attached a label of 125,000 euros to each of the 25 units that will be manufactured of this Sprinter, that is, about 2,988,000 Mexican pesos.
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The news Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Petronas Edition by Kegger: the work of a carmaker who was inspired by the German brand’s F1 cars was originally published in Motorpasión Mexico by Mau Juárez.