Winnebago presented a minivan based on the Mercedes-Benz SprinterMarch 12, 2019
In the framework of the RV Experience event, which will be held from March 12 to 14 in Utah (USA), they will present an upgraded version of the German minivan Mercedes-Benz Sprinter from Winnebago.
From today in the US, the exhibition The RV Experience is a three-day event in Salt Lake City, Utah, where almost all car manufacturers for camping and motorhomes will showcase their most recent developments. Winnebago will show several updated trailers and caravans, including a new vehicle based on the popular Mercedes-Benz Sprinter called the Boldt.
“Boldt perfectly combines stylish appearance and practicality,” says Russ Garfin, product manager at Winnebago. “The latest version of the German minivan is a quiet, comfortable van that can be used in almost any environment.”
The car received a 3.0-liter diesel V6, which drives the rear wheels. The equipment list includes driver assistance systems, such as blind spot control, automatic braking, and automatic high-beam lights. Engineers Winnebago have developed an aerodynamic body kit for a minivan.
Winnebago calls the Boldt an all-season touring van that can be used both in urban settings and in the wild. Thanks to its Pure3 Advanced Energy system, which uses rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, it is possible to provide the necessary devices with electricity.
A large Class A mobile home was also built on the basis of Mercedes – it was named Forza 34T, equipped with a new electric wheelchair lift. For those who prefer all-in-one caravan trailers, Winnebago also offers new multi-storey versions of its Minnie trailers, including the Micro Minnie sedan and Minnie Drop 210.
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