Mercedes-Benz will present a new concept at CES

Mercedes-Benz will present a new concept at CES

January 4, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The video does not show us anything concrete, but I must admit … it is intriguing. The CES Consumer Electronics Show will be held in February in Las Vegas.

The press service of the German brand Mercedes-Benz has published a video that announces a new concept debuting this year at the Consumer Electronics Show. The company still does not disclose the name of the car, but the latest announcement said: “Awakening has begun.”

This short video shows the vehicle startup sequence, where light streaks in its false radiator grille light up sequentially. Judging by the small amount of visible car, the design of the German novelty seems to have smooth lines, at least in the front. It is unclear what part of the Mercedes car shows us at the beginning of the clip, but as it seems to the team of our publication, this may be the rear-facing camera body, or the back of an aerodynamic body element.

 Previously, Mercedes already showed small videos with the same concept. Nevertheless, the company is in no hurry to disclose any details about its new product.

 This year, the automaker will also be introducing the electric crossover EQC 400 4MATIC and the Vision EQS concept at its CES booth. Since both of them are high-tech, electrified vehicles, the mysterious model described in our article today can also get an electric motor.

 The presentation of something electrified at CES would also be in line with Mercedes’s strategy to introduce new electric vehicles to its lineup in the coming years. It is known that in 2020 the premium sedan EQS will be shown, which is intended to become the “S-class of electric vehicles.” At least in conceptual form, a high-tech sedan is able to cover 700 kilometers.

Not so long ago, we wrote that the testing of the updated Mercedes S-Class goes to a new level. It seems that the engineers of the German brand are testing a prototype of a representative sedan, which received a fully serial body and optics.