The exterior of the car, which includes the latest security developments by the manufacturer, also features large displays.

In 2009, Mercedes showed a new prototype based on the existing Class S, which it plans to introduce in the coming years. It has been 10 years since then, and now we have another car that focuses on concepts that are based on the recently launched GLE hybrid plugin.

One interesting feature of a vehicle called the Experimental Safety Vehicle (ESV) is that the warning driver should no longer be placed on the road or behind a vehicle being stopped near the road. . That's what a small four-wheel robot throws behind the car behind the bumper.

A high resolution screen replaces the rear windscreen of the car which shows a live view of the camera at the front of the car as it approaches a pedestrian crossing, so drivers can come from the t behind seeing what happens in front of the car of your front.

Likewise, the vehicle can be brought to the front of the car by a carriageway that has suddenly covered or cars facing the car, with an image display in the car. the front.

The lights on the roof show when the car is self-guiding. In this case, the small steering wheel and the pedal line line draw in the passenger section, and the new airbag blows from the top of the dashboard.

The seat belt can no longer be pulled out of the seat itself, either from B or C pillars, but in a way similar to some transformers. In addition to the lower point of contact in the seat belt, which also includes heat, a USB connector has also been installed in the Stuttgart.

If you want to know about similar things at other times, check out the HVG Car Box Facebook page.


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