Hartmann Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 319 CDI
Hartmann Tuning has unveiled their latest project based on a facelifted Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 319 CDI. The tuning specialists has reworked the big vehicle almost entirely. Hartmann Sprinter comes with complete body kit, new wheels and improved interior.
The exterior boasts a new front and rear bumpers as well as a pair of redesigned side skirts and a new set of fog lights. There is also a nice "red and racy paint" finish and huge alloy wheels – 9J x 20" Zaro fitted with 265/45 R20 tires.
The interior features a leather-wrapped steering wheel, carbon fiber applications and chromed sill plates. Other upgrades include a leather shift knob, leather upholstery with red stitching, as well as an Alcantara trim on the doors.
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 319 CDI is powered by a 3.0 liter DOHC V6 diesel with 184HP (135 kW) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque. Although, the big van is not quite fast, it can embarrass a lot of everyday small city cars. If, the 319 CDI gets and ECU re-map, it will easily develop over 220HP (162 kW) and 500Nm (370 lb-ft) of torque.
The first generation Sprinter was launched back in 1995 to replace the famous but outdated Mercedes-Benz TN, which was on the market since 1977. The Sprinter immediately became best-seller and was voted International Van of the Year for 1995. The all-new 2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter comes with super-efficient and powerful engines, a lot of extras and ever AWD system.