Mercedes Avatar (AVTR): Mercedes certainly makes certain things to playful enough. AND does live up to its technology related hypes. In the past couple of CES shows Mercedes has always debuted concepts that are amazingly beautiful. So this year I made sure to visit the Mercedes Booth on the first day before they take away their concept cars. Just in case, so that I dont miss out on their new take on technology. So this year to my expectation I came to meet the new Mercedes Avatar or AVTR. I have to say, this vehicle is by far an amazing machine. At first look it definitely gives you the wow factor. But in addition to that, it also gives you the effect of a car that looks alive. Yes you read that right. ALIVE! If you remember from James Cameron’s movie AVATAR the actual avatar was a larger organism that was something you would operate. This is by far the same. The vehicle looks almost like the horses they had in the movie. Remember when the camera zooms in to the breathing of the animal, well, this Mercedes Avatar gives you the same impression. Check out the images. And I tried to take a few detailed shots so that you can see the amazing design in detail.
The Mercedes Avatar | Mercedes-Benz advance vision transportation (AVTR) is electric and may drive forward as well as sideways. The automobile is really a moving light show with displays that disseminate past the dash. As you can tell within the photos above, it’s obvious doorways — you realize that the vehicle makes the driver closer to nature or to the surrounding.
The automobile uses biometric sensors to raise the bonding of the driver to the road. There are no controls. You feel the use of the vehicle. Kind of creepy. But the vehicle senses your body just like the Avatar. It is an conceptual design is unlikely to be the next S Class but you may wish to have something like this become a vehicle you can drive in the future.
While driving, you raise your hands and the interface seems like it is your body instead of a steering wheel. The interface then follows your hands as you are making selections. The automobile also offers a lot of gesture controls that should be natural and do not require driver to understand new hands signals.
Among the weirdest-searching features is around the rear hatch: Thirty-three oval-esque hatches that open and shut. They talk to the motive force and outdoors world. Much more likely it is simply an enjoyable factor to increase an conceptual design.
Director Cameron made an appearance onstage and stated that the vehicle wasn’t apparent when first pitched to him. But after speaking to Källenius concerning the company’s vision for sustainability, he was all for this. “It had been a complete existence cycle assessment,” Cameron stated. He added that he’s now about sustainability.
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