Mercedes Releases Concept IAA Teaser For Frankfurt Motor Show 2015

Posted: Sep 12 2015, 8:19am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Mercedes Releases Concept IAA Teaser for Frankfurt Motor Show 2015
  • Mercedes releases Concept IAA teaser!

Mercedes will completely reveal the innovative concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Mercedes-Benz has released the first teaser of their Concept IAA. The teaser was released on the official Mercedes-Benz website. The teaser shows the rear of a car with a coupe-like roofline.

The teaser picture is all sleek with a Mercedes-Benzes logo visible. The picture only shows a part of a vehicle. Other than that it is hard to decipher whether any other details about the vehicle.

The teaser shows a swooping design. Mercedes will be showing the concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The 2015 Frankfurt International Motor Show will take place on the 15th of September.

The teaser released today shows connected LED tail lamps on the concept. The Concept IAA by Mercedes will be the first in line of its F-Series experimental cars. Mercedes will then introduce the F700, F600 and Biome concepts.

All the car concepts will be an example of digital product development. The concepts will be the future of car technologies. The unnamed concept will be displayed alongside the S-Class Cabriolet and the C-Class Coupe.

Mercedes has kept the details of the concept under wraps. But the automaker did share the concept will provide a glimpse into the future of automobiles.

Mercedes further called the concept an example of fundamental technological changes. Changes occurring in the automotive industry currently. From Mercedes’s statement it seems the car will have some very important features in the technology area.

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