Tuesday, March 17, 2015

2025 Mercedes Benz Ener G Force Concept

For the Los Angeles Design Challenge 2012 Mercedes has developed the concept car Ener-G-Force, and shows how the G-Class the future could. Called 2025 Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force Concept.

Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force 2025

The Los Angeles Design Challenge 2012 looks far forward and studied the "Highway Patrol Vehicle 2025", with which the law enforcers make future chasing criminals.

Mercedes has answered this question with the Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force, which will also show the same look like a G-Class in 2025 could. Designed for the police operation Ener-G-Force skillfully combines a futuristic design with a beefy appearance.

During this, the genes of the G-Class built in 1979 not on the track, and the Ener-G-Force should be able to score points with excellent off-road capability.

Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force 2025

The Ener-G-Force takes on recycled water in tanks on the roof and passes it to the "Hydro-Tech Converter" section. It converts this natural, renewable resource into hydrogen for use in fuel cell. The storage units for the electrical energy obtained are easily accessible in the striking side skirts.

The Mercedes Ener-G-Force emits only water, has a range of around 800 kilometers, making it a true green car. Four wheel hub motors provide propulsion force whose power a high-performance electronics and for each wheel individually sensitive to the respective terrain adapts.

Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force 2025

This round of topographic scanner "Terra-scan" on the roof constantly detects the environment of the vehicle and then adjusts suspension, shock absorbers and other suspension parameters for the best traction on the substrate in question, regardless of whether terrain or road.

The distinctively shaped skirts contain the energy-storage units and hot-swappable battery packs. The lighting of the side shows simultaneously through color changes to the operating and the state of charge of the energy packs. Integrated into the roof is a roof rack and extra lights.

The question remains whether the Mercedes engineers perhaps a science fiction movie looked too much, or whether the technology will continue to develop so rapidly in fact until 2025. On the "Hoverboard", which was 13 years ago to see "Back to the Future II", as you have traveled to the year 2012, the author of these lines are still waiting in vain.

Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force 2025

Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force 2025

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