Mercedes-Benz has introduced four concepts today at SEMA which serve as a preview for the forthcoming US-spec Vito.

Mercedes-Benz has introduced four concepts today at SEMA which serve as a preview for the forthcoming US-spec Vito.

It was the end of July when Mercedes-Benz introduced the Euro-spec Vito and now the Daimler-owned company is previewing the American version which will be commercialized with the "Metris" moniker in United States and Canada starting the fall of 2015. The midsize van is debuting at SEMA taking the shape of four concepts: RENNtech: Party/DJ Van, HQ Custom Design: Luxury Van, RADO: Fire Chief Concept Truck, Garmin: Mobile Golf Pro Shop.

RENNtech's customized Metris is a mobile DJ van with a clamshell-style roof while HQ Custom Design's luxury van promises to offer "the best in audio/visual that is surrounded by the finest craftsmanship and attention to detail." As for the RADO concept, it’s described as being a "rolling communications center" capable of transporting a fire chief to any location. Lastly, the golf-oriented Garmin concept is equipped with a high-tech golf simulator as well as an infotainment system specially developed for both personal and commercial uses.

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Mercedes-Benz previews Metris midsize van with four concepts at SEMA