Mercedes Vision AVTR Concept car: inspired by film Avatar
Whenever a company makes a concept car, absolutely it becomes very famous among their fans, but if that is an Electric Car, then Of course it will be the best futuristic car. Just a Mercedes Vision AVTR, which meant to tease out what it will be like to ride in a car of future, as we all want. Mercedes-Benz has unveiled a completely new concept car that was completely wraps off the 2009 film AVATAR.
The car, designed with the help of Avatar director James Cameron, is not a sequel that the director had promised. Also, this Mercedes Vision AVTR is a mix of everything that the Consumer Electronics Show is known for. The company has also released its Mercedes vision eq silver arrow.
“The car does not have a steering wheel,” Mercedes said in a press release, as Mercedes and Cameron imagined the identity of the car’s center console as “the heartbeat and breathing of a human driver so that humans and machines are in a completely comfortable experience Merge. “
Mercedes-Benz calls them, “bionic flaps” – which the company says that it is used to communicate with people outside the car. It also has special spherical wheels that Mercedes-Benz says were inspired by the “Seeds of the Tree of Souls” from 2009’s Avatar. The magic is in its wheels that rotate and move along the sideways.
Once you have your hand on the controller, it (and the seats) can vibrate along with your breathing and heart rate movements. Passengers interact with the car through an oval-shaped controller that moves up and out of the center console to meet your hand.
The concept car is “powered” by graphene-based organic battery cells that do not require rare earth minerals, which the company says may one day be compostable, and Mercedes Vision AVTR has pulled out all the luxurious for its interior design which was made from recycled plastic and vegan leather (Though it does not employ any unobtrusive).
The SuperCar will feature an interior made of “transparent door shells” and recycled materials and vegan leather, already used in the interiors of other luxury vehicles, Such as the 2020 range. Has been completed. Rover Evoque and Jaguar I-Pace SUV.
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