There's no better toolbox than a cargo van with a giant handle on top.

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This concept, built by tuner RENNtech, is meant to showcase the versatility of the Metris' accessories.

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The side panel features latches that, when released, provides side access to the cargo area.

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I can't tell whether this is gaudy or awesome.

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It may look crazy on the outside, but it packs the same 2.0-liter I4 as the standard Metris.

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Inside, there are so many solutions for tool storage.

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Shelves and removable cases can handle whatever tools your job requires.

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There's even a tile floor to ramp up the fancy a little bit.

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If only these wheels were available as an option on the Metris. If only.

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I'd totally rock it -- until I sheared the handle off in a parking garage.

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