"The van cut" – an 'out of the box' idea developed by the Syncro System dealership Herramienta Balear, in the Spanish Balearic Islands. For a trade show, it was decided to show off a van upfit in a whole new way. The goal of attracting people's attention was more than accomplished. How? By literally opening up the commercial vehicle, cutting out the roof and cutting off the side of the vehicle where the door is. This allowed the entire internal upfit to be seen from the outside by every curious passerby.
The open ceiling gave the interior uplift a brand new look due to the natural light coming in through the open ceiling. The extra light made it easy to see the superior functionality of the modular systems and accessories. Even in a small-sized van like the Ford Courier, it was easy to see all the details of the drawer units with automatic locking mechanisms, wheel arch frames storage spaces, portable utility and tool cases, shelving units, countertops and transparent storage bins, as well as accessories for cleaning and anchoring materials and tools.
Once again, the installation technicians of Syncro System have broken down the barriers, even physical ones, between supplier and customer, creating an interesting and innovative way to look at a van upfit with a full-range of modular Syncro components.