Know the spec. & features of Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR

Inspired by ‘Avatar’, Mercedes-Benz launches Vision AVTR concept car that moves like a crab

Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR
Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR: spec. & features of car that moves like a crab…

Mercedes-Benz showcase Vision AVTR EV concept inspired from Avatar movie.

Know the spec. & features of Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR

Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR
Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR

The premium auto company launched its sustainable concept car Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, on 7th January 2020.Director James Cameron, who was present at the launch, took a selfie with the concept car.

The car doesn’t have any doors, and has 33 movable, multidirectional ‘bionic flaps’ that look like scales on a reptile. These flaps can communicate with the driver and the outside world (through the driver) in subtle gestures. Acing the ‘crab movement’, the car can go sideways by approximately 30 degrees.

The Vision AVTR doesn’t have a conventional steering wheel. The vehicle comes multifunctional control element in the center console. With the help of biometric detection, the driver can place his/her hands on the control unit, and the interior will come to life. It can also detect the pulse of the people in the car, and sense their breathing.

In a move to make the car sustainable, the premium auto company has used a revolutionary battery technology. The materials of the battery are compostable and recyclable. But there seems to be no compromise on luxury as the carmaker has introduced a host of unique features like sideways movement, biometric connection and immersive experience.

The auto giant promises an immersive experience where users can simply lift their hands and a menu selection will be projected onto the  palm of the hand. This feature will allow the passenger to choose intuitively between different functions.

Powering the Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR is a 110kWh battery pack which claims to use graphene-based organic cell chemistry that uses no rare earth materials and the EV will be capable of 470hp and have a driving range of 700kms. Additionally, it will also be able to move sideways for maximum mobility. All this seems straight from a sci-fi fantasy of course, and that because it is just a futuristic concept.

Mercedes-Benz launches Vision AVTR see video:

Disclaimer: All information is gathered by various internet sources.

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