The network showed a futuristic concept Mercedes-Benz Vision Duet StudySeptember 28, 2020
The unique model showcases what premium cars might look like in the future when Level 5 autonomous technology becomes a reality.
The conceptual Mercedes-Benz Vision Duet Study Vision Duet was developed by Luigi Huang as a dissertation while attending ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California. The unique model is a three-seater luxury car that aims to offer a new level of travel comfort with a highly innovative design.
Huang believes that thanks to the transition to electrification and full autonomy, people are changing their priorities from the desire to drive to the desire to travel. With that in mind, the Vision Duet lacks any traditional controls like the steering wheel or pedals, and instead has two comfortable forward-facing seats and a large table in the center of the cockpit.
When the vehicle is parked, the glass roof can be folded back and the third seat in front can also be used. When creating the Vision Duet, the designer was inspired by the layout of the seats of pleasure boats.
On the outside, the concept doesn’t look like any modern Mercedes-Benz, but that’s not bad. At the front, it has a distinctive radiator grille with a large three-pointed star, and the installation of an electric transmission also allows for an exceptionally short front overhang. The concept’s headlights were connected by an LED strip, while the rear has an LED bar and sleek bumper.
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