As per fresh reports, Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force will be shown to the world at this year’s (2012) much-awaited Los Angeles Motor Show.
The highly anticipated SUV concept car was fabricated at Mercedes design studio situated in Carlsbad, California. It’s said to be the company’s foray into the Los Angeles Design Challenge 2012 – a design warboasting the subject of ‘highway patrol car 2025′.
The objective of that rivalry was to fabricate a law enforcement car for the future generation. According to Mercedes, roads by the next 13 years (2025) will be automatically supervised, and more jam-packed.
“Outdoor actions will dominate leisure, as will the craving for liberty and exploration,” said Mercedes-Benz in a press release.
“The novel times will also needinnovative police cars.” These cars should be capable of reaching any place conceivable speedil… even far away from any street.”
The auto giant said that the new vehiclegot its influence from the G-Class, and there are replications of it in the front framework, bonnet as well as side profile.
The small glass region is directed at turning the vehicle a ‘dependable cocoon for law enforcement officials who are confronted with lots ofthreats’, whereasemergency lights are incorporatedon thetop.
The new patrol vehicle was planned for just that idea, and the car manufacturer backed the outcome so much that it settled to make a full scale edition for the L.A. Auto Show.
The Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force is catered by electrical energy. The company said that the new vehicle is hydrogen-catered, with water acting as its energy.
The Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force is just a design idea, ready tomake its debut in a few weeks at the L.A. Auto Show.