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To show off the new Metris mid-size work van that Mercedes-Benz will launch in North America next year, the company brought four customized versions to the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Mercedes-Benz took advantage of the SEMA aftermarket automotive show to introduce its new Metris van to the US, a model it will launch in North America as a production vehicle next year.