VW has unveiled the Tristar concept at a commercial vehicle show in Hanover.
The Tristar was built to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first Syncro concept and it’s basically an extended cab version of the current Transport with a few special bits and pieces nailed to it.
The exterior is obviously very flashy, but since VW wanted to build a proper off-roader, it made most of the changes under that flashy body.
The ride height has been increased by 30mm, a winch was fitted to the front and a set of 17-inch alloy wheels with off-road tyres was put in place.
The interior features the regular niceties, but the Tristar, for some reason, also boasts video conferencing and an espresso machine.
It’s powered by a 2,0-litre TDI engine with 150kW and 450Nm on tap. Power is sent to all four wheels via a seven-speed DSG transmission.
There are currently no plans to put the Tristar into production.