The Mercedes-Benz Metris (called Vito locally) Toolbox Concept comes with its owns set of tools and equipment straight from the dealer. The toolbox van was built by Mercedes' in-house upfitter, Master Solutions. Rather than taking it to a third party, customers can opt to have the van outfitted from the factory having been suited to their needs.

From the name itself, the all-ne concept shown in Chicago does look like a toolbox. It features a side opening, which once opened upwards, shows all the tools and equipment inside one might need for their work. The exterior of the van is treated to a silver and turquoise color scheme with artwork of tools, screws and nuts on the passenger side.

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With built in shelves, racks and removable cases, it has more than enough storage to handle any job. A high grip tile floor prevents slipping, and can be removed for clean up if needed. A plastic divider serves as partition between the front and the rear, allowing drivers to monitor tools once on the road. Like a standard Metris or Vito, it is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo and mated to a seven-speed automatic.

Rear quarter of the Mercedes-Benz Metris Toolbox Concept

With the vast majority of customization available for the Metris van through the Master Solutions program, it allows a large variety of workers with different professions to be able to work efficiently on the go.