Mercedes-Benz will make the world premiere of its all-new third-generation Sprinter commercial van tomorrow and has released a new teaser video showing the van driving along winding mountain roads and through what appears to be a port area.

It's tough to divine much from the brief clip, but from a previous teaser video, official interior photos and a series of spy shots, we know a decent amount. First and foremost, the Sprinter will retain its basic tall profile, and there's a good shot in the new video that shows off the cavernous rear cargo area. The cargo van will reportedly feature a new platform developed entirely by Mercedes, and we expect a redesigned front fascia and grille, with narrower, more streamlined headlights.

  • Image Credit: Daimler AG
  • Image Credit: Daimler AG
  • Image Credit: Daimler AG
  • Image Credit: Daimler AG
  • Image Credit: Daimler AG


We've also previously shown you interior cabin photos of the new cargo van, which features the Mercedes Pro digital communications module that connects drivers and fleet managers through the web, and a three-spoke steering wheel full of controls. The new van will come with highly customizable cargo solutions and body variants, and there are plans for a battery-electric eSprinter in 2019.

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Mercedes build the van at its new plant in Charleston, S.C. We'll have coverage of the reveal when it happens tomorrow.

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