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 shows off its new Metris van at SEMA with a luxury custom concept.
The mid-size Metris van is a good size for a luxury transporter, with sliding doors for easy access.
These seats offer the ultimate comfort for passengers in the Metris Luxury concept.
The ultimate in rear-seat entertainment systems, passengers control this large monitor from a touchscreen embedded in a pedestal between the seats.
A built-in espresso maker sits on the floor of the Metris Luxury concept.
Two big subwoofers show up in the rear of the Metris Luxury concept, along with a picnic basket for countryside meals.
Garmin contributed the Metris Golf Van to the SEMA display.
The Metris Golf Van includes articulated arms on the roof bearing cameras to get a close-up view of that winning putt.
Although a work van, the Metris shows Mercedes-Benz comfort in the cabin.
The Metris Fire Chief concept works as a mobile command center for an urban fire department.
The cab of the Metris Fire Chief concept features communications and computer equipment for maintaining control of an emergency scene.
Two seats in the rear are ready for firefighters and their gear.
The back of the Metris Fire Chief concept works as a standing command area.
The DJ Van imagines the Metris as a mobile party station. It works as a DJ station with full sound and lighting systems.
Two turntables and a microrphone sit ready in the back of the Metris DJ van concept.
The top of the Metris DJ van concept rises, making a platform for the DJ and hosting LCD monitors, laser lights and confetti cannons.
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