As part of its celebrations for the 125th birthday of the automobile, Mercedes-Benz is set to showcase its newest concept car design. This was revealed to British automotive magazine Autocar by an insider source.
What makes the unveiling even more exciting is that Mercedes-Benz has chosen to showcase the new design concept in sculpture form—much like the way the F800 concept (pictured) was revealed by the German automaker at the NAIAS or the Detroit Motor Show a year ago.
Another entirely different design concept is set to go public at the 64th Frankfurt Motor Show, which will be held in the middle of September this year. The Autocar insider called this concept “dramatic” and “sensational.” While “F900” is the logical next name for this supposed new concept, it is said that the vehicle will likely take on a different tag.
The first concepts in the range of the A-Class and B-Class lines will likely be shown starting with March’s Geneva Motor Show.