2015 Tokyo Motor Show: Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept with Fuel Cell Revealed

Following some teaser images released a couple of days ago, the Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept was recently unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.

The Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept is coming with an extremely futuristic design, highlighted by the blue illuminated side skirts, 360-degree camera on the roof with sensors which allows an autonomous mode.

The futuristic design cues continue with a stretch of glass paneling, wide front splitter with lighting features, and a few more. The minivan-like body is also complemented by the 26-inch alloy wheels.

Inside, the cabin offers a lot of space for all its five occupants, coming with a lot of high-tech gizmos as well. We are dealing here with the entertainment system with plenty of LCD`s and 3D holograms, or autonomous driving system. The steering wheel can be also moved from the standby position into the driving position, when the autonomous system is switched to manual.

Under the hood, the Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept is packing a fuel cell electric drive system, which is part of the F-CELL PLUG-IN HYBRID system, found on the F 015 Luxury in Motion. The system is hooked to a high-voltage system, which is charged wirelessly. The total range mile stands at 980 km, with 190 km to be produced from the battery energy, while the rest of 790 km to come from the fuel cell.

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