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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Mercedes-Benz's future electric vehicle inspired by 1930s racing car

The electric car trends make the world's automotive manufacturers competing to develop new cars and their electric-powered concepts. No exception for Mercedes-Benz, which recently showed off its newest concept model dubbed Mercedes-Benz Aesthetics Progressive Luxury Concept in the form of teaser images.
A sculpture of Mercedes-Benz Aesthetics Progressive Luxury Concept(Picture from: http://bit.ly/2w9v2fX)
Mercedes-Benz Aesthetics Progressive Luxury Concept was recently introduced to the public at the automotive design and awards exhibition, which was applied to the form of a sculpture.

And the German automotive giants plans to reveal at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance, the Aesthetics Progressive Luxury.
Rear side view of Mercedes-Benz Aesthetics Progressive Luxury Concept(Picture from: http://bit.ly/2o9T9GE)
In fact this is a single-seater vehicle concept was built as a pay tribute the 1930s Mercedes-Benz classic streamliner racing car. From the appearance of these concept model which comes with an open cockpit, has a long hood and is equipped with a large rear 'fin' stabilizer, and a driving position that is in the middle.
1938 Silver Arrows W154. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NnIgMk)
The power that drives this concept car probably comes from a series of electric motors installed into it. The concept inspired by the 1930s racing car is intended to promote these German autocompany's sub-brand electric vehicle 'EQ' which relies on electric-powered engines in a row of Mercedes-Benz AMG EQ models.
In addition to preparing All-new Mercedes-Benz electric-powered Silver Arrow Concept, the German car manufacturer is also said to be preparing ten new models in the EQ family, which are planned to be launched until 2022. The EQC model will be the first to offer great power, safety and sportsmanship. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTOR1 | MSN AUTO]
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