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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Latest MPV concept of Mercedes-Benz has debuted in Tokyo

Before the biennial auto show, the Tokyo Motor Show 2015 held on this week, Mercedes-Benz leaked their new concept of multipurpose van (minivan). The renowned German automotive manufacturers intentionally make leaks via a teaser silhouette of the left side of the car.

The minivan concept as reported by Carscoops on Monday, October 26, 2015 referred to as the "Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo". It is luxurious and progressive vehicle from Mercedes-Benz for the future.
Teaser image of the new Mercedes-Benz MPV concept referred as the Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1k41FCC)
Reportedly, the minivan will use autonomos or "car without a driver" technology. But, it has not been officially confirmed and the Mercedes-Benz promised to inform when the Tokyo Motor Show 2015 opened.
Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept has debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1GIbyR1)
Although only leaked a few hours on the internet media, various speculations have emerged. The Mercedes-Benz minivan concept is called a bit like the Renault Espace F1 and Citroen Tubik Concept that ever appeared in the mid-1990s.

Left side view of Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1GIbyR1)
Clothed in a smooth monobox body sporting a large trapezoidal grille within its bold front end, the Vision Tokyo stretches is 4803mm long, a generous 2100mm wide and 1600mm high. That makes it 117mm shorter, 180mm wider and 75mm lower than the short wheelbase R-Class – Mercedes-Benz’s last attempt at combining traditional luxury with the practicality of an MPV.
Power comes from an updated version of the hydrogen fuel-cell electric hybrid system initially showcased by the F015 Luxury in Motion. Details of the layout and output of the driveline remain under wraps, although it is claimed to provide the Vision Tokyo with a range of up to 609 miles – some 118 miles courtesy of electricity stored in a battery via either plug-in or inductive means and a further 491 miles on the electricity produced on the run by the fuel cell stack. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS | AUTOCAR.CO.UK]
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