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Driverless Car Interior Concept Unveiled by Mercedes

We have seen how Daimler AG integrated its auto-driving feature in its Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025. A lot of people, the author included, were impressed of the possibilities it can provide to truckers later. However, just imagine the better potentials that the technology can provide to Mercedes cars. Recently, the three-pointed star brand revealed its new driverless car vision. The concept showed futuristic interior similar to the characteristics of a high-end living room. “With this visionary interior concept we are defining the luxury of the future,” stated Gorden Wagener, Daimler’s Head of Design. Once again, he and his team did not fail to impress. The highlight of the driverless car concept… Continue Reading »

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Zetsche Outlines Mercedes’ Broad Strokes For The Future

A recent interview with Dieter Zetsche, Daimler Chairman saw the executive admitting that he is on a mission to take back the No. 1 spot from rival BMW. But this is easier said than done, as Audi has also stated its intention to become the number one too in the luxury car segment. To accomplish his goals, Zetsche pointed out the foundations for sustained success that have been established, such as a commitment to quality and designs that appeal to their target segments. Additionally, they are further strenghtening their traditional strengths in safety and engineering, and expanding their lead in reducing their vehicles’ emissions. Moving forward, the Daimler head wants… Continue Reading »

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Daimler reports plans for the next ten years

“360 Degrees – Facts on Sustainability” was the report presented by Daimler as it took full advantage of the company’s yearly general meeting in Berlin, Germany. The report is broken down into five specific parts, all of which make up the car manufacturer’s guideline measures for business to last up until 2020. The report was given in adequate detail, divided into five sections, namely sustainability management, industrial environmental protection, employees, and the social environment. It offers a sneak peek on how the company as a whole is planning to address the current issues troubling the automotive industry.  The company made it a point to discuss the steps it is taking… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Museum portrays challenges of the future

Celebrating its 125th anniversary next year is Carl Benz’s brainchild, one and a quarter century after he claimed patent over the world first ever automobile. For that occasion, the company is going to completely renovate the Legend 6 room and remark it with ‘New Start—the Road to Emission-Free Mobility’, and will open its doors to the public on the 30th of January next year. The redesigned room will showcase the company’s latest innovations set for the future, putting on display their various drive system variants under development, all the way from optimization of their existing internal combustion powerplants to electric motors, hybrid and fuel cell technologies. Visitors will be treated… Continue Reading »

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Fast Forward to Tomorrow campaign kicks off

Mercedes-Benz launches yet another company, this time focusing on the company’s achievements in its bid for zero emissions. Running under the slogan “Fast forward to tomorrow”, the company seeks to show through all media channels—TV, online specials and ads—how far they’ve come in achieving their goals. BlueEFFICIENCY, which later developed into various versions such as BlueTEC for diesel engines and BlueDIRECT for petrol engines, is just one of the company’s groundbreaking innovations. These were soon followed by the E-CELL electric drive and F-Cell fuel cell technologies, both of which have reached full production status. Mercedes-Benz is working hard to further develop these technologies to better meet the stricter emissions demands… Continue Reading »

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The Future of Mercedes-Benz Design

Let’s take a peek at what’s in store for Mercedes-Benz, shall we? The image you see above is the company’s way of stating what the next stage of their design is going to be. The art sculpture, made entirely of resin, was inspired heavily by Mother Nature, as well as the art deco style back in the 1930s. You’re all very familiar with the way cars nowadays, not only Mercedes-Benz, are styled in a sort of forward-leaning wedge shape. Looking at the sculpture, it seems the company is leaving the edgy path and headed into a more smooth, natural design language. When interviewed about the art sculpture, Mercedes-Benz Design Chief… Continue Reading »

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