Mercedes-Benz debuted the Marco Polo camper van that can be controlled by a smartphone at the 2020 Caravan, Motor, and Tourism exhibition in Germany.

Business Insider reported that the system — called the Mercedes-Benz Advanced Control (MBAC) interface — can control different parts of the living areas, such as the lighting and heating. It will come standard on the Marco Polo van by spring 2020.

“Connectivity is an important component of our product strategy which we have been intensively pursuing over the course of the past two years in the motor home segment,” head of marketing and sales at Mercedes-Benz Vans Klaus Maier said in a statement.

The MBAC is not the only new piece of technology that will be integrated into the van: Marco Polo will also include a touchscreen in the cockpit that has similar functions to the MBAC.  And the automaker’s signature app — the Mercedes me connect — can also be paired with the Sprinter van for different uses, such as geofencing and GPS viewing.

“With this, we can offer camping fans a completely new level of comfort and live up to our aspiration of being the innovative leader in the segment,” Maier continued.

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