The tow truck that looks like a Formula 1 Mercedes: photos of the vehicle

A very limited edition Polish-made wrecker has the livery and colors of the Formula 1 Mercedes

The Sprinter tow truck set up by Kegger (Photo Kegger Polska)

It will be snapped up. And probably also for this reason it will be produced in a very limited edition, just twenty-five copies, all distributed only and exclusively in Poland.

A Formula 1 wrecker

As reported Engine1, it is a very particular wrecker made Kegger, a Polish company of professional motorist fittings, to celebrate its twenty-five years of activity. And just to celebrate this anniversary, here is a very special wrecker.

It is a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter completely different from those already in circulation. Named Sprinter Petronas Edition, the new vehicle for roadside assistance sports a livery inspired by that of the Mercedes of Formula 1 and it is an enhanced version of the Sprinter which has been used in roadside assistance since 1995.

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Carroattrezzi Sprinter
The front of the Splinter Kegger (Photo Kegger Polska)

Elegance for roadside assistance

Powered by a 3000cc V6 turbodiesel engine, the new Sprinter guarantees a 140 horsepower engine delivered. The plus is a seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox as well as an exclusive air suspension equipment.

The designers went wild. High front bumper, giant air intakes, racing spoiler and 18 ”black alloy wheels softened by a blue stripe. The interiors are very elegant. Alcantara dominates with green and blue hand stitching. And also a very high definition audio diffusion system as well as a large display and a very modern on-board computer system.

The 25 tow trucks Sprinter of the Kegger show the # 77 of Valtteri Bottas with all the official sponsors of the team Mercedes of Formula 1 and the brand AMG. The expected price is 125 thousand euros.

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