Tuners from Hartmann presented a package of improvements for the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Tourer


Tuning studios rarely take vans as the basis for their projects. This trend hasn’t stopped Hartmann VanSports from refining the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Tourer.

While the standard and LWB versions of the Sprinter boast wheelbases of 3665 and 4325 mm respectively, the Tourer has a much shorter wheelbase of 3250 mm.

Coming out of the Hartmann workshop, this compact van features a neat spoiler that attaches to the front bumper, side rocker panels and a rear apron. As a rule, such additional elements are placed on longer modifications. However, this upgrade looks no less organic on the compact Sprinter Tourer.

Another new addition is the original 20-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels with high-gloss black finish and high-speed tires from Continental.

And after improvements, the van was adapted for the travel of passengers in wheelchairs.

At the same time, at the request of the client, VanSports can do much more for the Sprinter: aggressive design, luxurious interior trim and much more.

Meanwhile, it became known that Mercedes announced the recall of the new G550 and G63 SUVs due to problems with door locks. The recall campaign covers 18 thousand cars that rolled off the assembly line in Germany from 2018 to the present.