Comfort & Design
The new Sprinter minibuses

Comfort & Design

Ergonomically designed, clearly laid out, functional. Your drivers will be delighted. From the extensive standard equipment through to optional features such as the multifunction steering wheel or colour displays. A valuable innovation is the additional console with up to 14 switches and 12 signal lights. This gives the driver a perfect overview and absolute control over everything he needs.

The new Sprinter minibuses set new standards in terms of operation as well. As standard, for example, they feature keyless ignition—just like in cars. For models up to 4.1 tons of permissible total weight, an electric parking brake is available on request. And rear wing doors will no longer have a put-up hinge in the future. They can be easily opened up to 270 degrees.

The new Sprinter minibuses are fully networked and equipped as standard with the Connectivity module for fleet management. On request, they can be integrated into the OMNIplus ON telematics system. With a single portal, you can benefit from personalised access to a variety of services.

The new Sprinter City 75 conquers the city with an impressive 8.5 metres in length and a new design. Typical for the Sprinter is the combination of a clearly defined face with precisely drawn headlights and soft flowing shapes. The contours of the Sprinter City 75 skilfully absorb these contours. Like its predecessor, its panoramic windshield has been pulled upwards and integrates the generous destination display.

The central eye-catcher of the striking, asymmetrical side walls is the large-area glazing of the passenger compartment with elegant window radii and black accentuated framing. The line-typical rear with its now curved downward screen skilfully interprets the design of the next-generation Sprinter, while the tail lights testify to its relationship with the Citaro family.

Passengers enter the spacious and light-flooded low-floor area through a double-leaf, electrically operated exterior swing door. The step height of just 270 millimetres allows comfortable boarding—and saves on elaborate kneeling. Mobility-impaired passengers can easily get in and out via the standard folding ramp.

The exterior of the Sprinter City 75 is spectacular and perfect in every respect. The outer skin made of fiberglass-reinforced plastic speaks for its exceptionally high quality with its fit and ultra-smooth surfaces. The newly designed exterior mirrors now offer less air resistance with the same viewing area, therefore making their contribution to the efficient use of fuel. The circumferential bumpers in the vehicle’s body colour are again standard equipment in this class. The only special features in terms of exterior design are the chrome trim on the grille—everything else is “standard”.

The exceptionally spacious and versatile low-floor area of the Sprinter City 75 is unique in its class. There is room for up to seven folding seats and two wheelchair spaces. When all folding seats are folded up, up to 26 standing spaces are available. Alternatively, the low-floor area can be equipped with up to three double seats and a single seat—or you can simply combine folding and double seats as needed. With a further 12 seats in the rear, a total of up to 38 passengers will fit comfortably on board.

When designing the interior, it’s all up to you. The high-quality City Star Sprinter seating offers the entire spectrum of possibilities—from a plastic shell to fully upholstered seats. Individually selectable seat fabrics, interior trim, colour designs and flooring can be beautifully coordinated—making your Sprinter City 75 absolutely unique.

Typical of the Sprinter City 75 is its extensive and well thought out equipment. The flush-fitting interior ceiling with ventilation ducts on both sides and integrated LED lighting creates a pleasant ambience. The high-performance heaters as well as driver and passenger air conditioning systems ensure outstanding climate comfort. If desired, an information system with a large-screen monitor will keep passengers up to date.

The Sprinter City 75 welcomes the driver with an extremely pleasant workspace. The large panoramic windscreen gives him an excellent all-round view of the traffic. With the newly designed cockpit, all functions are conveniently in view. A new control panel above the centre console clearly brings together up to 14 switches and 12 signal lights. Moreover, the multifunction steering wheel—with optional extended functions—and the optional MBUX multimedia system with a high-resolution touchscreen facilitate work behind the wheel.

In many ways, the driver’s seat in the Sprinter City 75 is similar to that of a car. And, of course, also in terms of comfort. Starting with the highly ergonomic suspension seat, to the separate air conditioning system, to the optional electrically folding exterior mirror. Standard comfort is provided by KEYLESS Start ignition and—brand new—the electrically operated sunblind on the windscreen. The seven-speed automatic transmission also ensures relaxed and stress-free driving in the city.

The individually configurable storage space concept brings order to the cockpit, and offers connection and charging options for mobile devices. To the right of the driver’s seat there is room for the payment counter cabinet—either as tried-andtested basic version or as a new design version with integrated fire extinguisher and space for additional installations as well as other devices.

Efficient fleet deployment is already available in the Sprinter City: the Connectivity module for fleet management is integrated as standard and can be optionally integrated into the new OMNIplus ON fleet management system—providing access to a variety of intelligent services.