Mercedes-Benz Unveils Concept Beast Car VISION AVTR Inspired By Avatar Movie

Posted: Jan 7 2020, 4:41am CST | by , in CES

 

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Mercedes-Benz unveils concept beast car VISION AVTR inspired by Avatar movie

Mercedes-Benz has taken inspiration from the Avatar movie for the design of its new concept vehicle.

It appears that Sony is not the only company with a new “vision” for an electric car. Luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz has just unveiled its new concept vehicle called the Mercedes-Benz VISION AVTR.

The company said its new concept car has taken inspiration from creatures from the movie Avatar. It even worked in close collaboration with the Avatar team to develop the show car.

Further to the vehicle’s design, Mercedes-Benz said it will have 33 bionic flaps on the back, reminiscent of reptiles’ scales.

Mercedes-Benz said the VISION AVTR depicts an interaction between human, machine and nature. The concept car replaces the conventional steering wheel with a biometric connection that allows drivers to simply place their hand in the control unit to make the interior come to life.

Futuristic as it may sound, Mercedes-Benz said the VISION AVTR will recognize the driver by his or her heartbeat and breathing.

The carmaker has also provided details into the type of battery the VISION AVTR will pack. Mercedes-Benz said it will use a new battery technology that is based on graphene-based organic cell chemistry, free of rare earths and metals.

The CES 2020 is now live, so make sure to catch the latest updates on the biggest consumer electronics trade show at I4U News’ dedicated CES 2020 News Hub.

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