“It’s 18.5-feet long (six meters), can achieve 750 horsepower, hit 60 mph under four seconds and it’s electric” said Gorden Wagener, head of design at Mercedes’ parent company Daimler AG, during the launch event in Carmel, California.
It has an enormous grille on the front, 24-inch rims, a split rear window and distinctive Gullwing doors (which open upwards). If the strongest charger is used the vehicle can reportedly power up to a range of 62 miles in just five minutes. Inside is a giant touch screen and the upholstered surfaces contain miniature “body sensor displays” that scan the passengers and track their vital functions etc.
The padded leather seats have massage functions and sensors embedded in the upholstery also record internal light, the color of the occupants’ clothing and the ambient temperature. “This information can be used to trigger new, emotional lighting effects in the interior,” say the makers.
Would you take it if one is given to you?