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Hymer Free S Blue Evolution: Hymer’s new ‘sporty’ Sprinter-based campervan

Hymer has unveiled the Hymer Free S Blue Evolution special edition campervan that is now based on the front-wheel-drive Mercedes-Benz Sprinter for the first time.

Sporty, modern design accents – including special decals at the rear and on the side walls – create a truly eye-catching exterior in combination with the characteristic ‘Capri Blue’ paintwork.

A host of additional features – such as the nine-speed automatic transmission, electric parking brake and reversing camera – work in conjunction with numerous driving assistance systems to create a superlatively comfortable driving experience that complements the vehicle’s sporty appearance.

The Mercedes-Benz MBUX 10″ multimedia system provides exclusive sound and leaves nothing to be desired in terms of on-board infotainment, navigation and communication.

Thanks to the Sprinter’s compact length and exclusive features, such as the integrated pop-top roof with double bed, the Hymer Free S Blue Evolution campervan is the perfect companion for an adventurous camping holiday.

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Hymer Free S Blue Evolution

The campervan’s spacious interior is also bursting with character and style thanks to tasteful details, such as the wonderfully combined white furniture finish, ‘Kitami’ fabric combination and white overhead locker doors.

The new utensil bag with ‘Blue Evolution’ edition embroidery in the camper van’s entrance area is an especially practical touch.

The Hymer Free S Blue Evolution camper also scores highly in terms of sleeping comfort – the black pop-top roof is not only a striking visual highlight, but also houses a maxi double bed equipped with Hymer’s comfort sleeping system.

Thanks to another spacious and easy-to-fold-up double bed in the rear, the Hymer campervan sleeps up to four people.

The Blue Evolution special edition on a Mercedes-Benz chassis is available now from Hymer dealers.

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