The van is kitted up to look like a giant toolbox, carrying handle and all. Wild wrap and tool box add-ons aside, the coolest part about the Metris Toolbox concept is the flip-up panel on the driver's side that reveals a full workbench, complete with removable shelves and cases. Unfortunately, the flip-up side isn't actually available for customers. It's disappointing, because that feature could be really useful with some overhead lights and a few hooks.
The van itself was built by RENNtech, a company best known for tuning AMGs. The concept is a showcase for MasterSolutions, the Mercedes program that upfits Metris and Sprinter vans for commercial use. As interesting as the concept is, it feels like a bit of a step down from last year's Chicago van creation, the wild and wonderful Sprinter Extreme concept. This one's more useful, though.