FRANKFURT MOTOR SHOW: MercedesBenz F 125! Concept motoring…

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Mercedes-Benz F 125

FRANKFURT MOTOR SHOW: F 125! Concept

This is the vision of what we’ll be in the year 2025, complete 3D projection displays and hydrogen cores

The Mercedes-Benz F 125! concept vehicle celebrates the 125th anniversary. An audacious coupe design, it showcases advanced technologies Benz to be commonplace in vehicles two decades the future.

According to Daimler CEO Zetsche, the F 125! Concept is The of the day after tomorrow, and added he could drive it from non-stop to Tuscany, Italy.

by four electric motors, one within each wheel, the F concept outputs 230kW and is of accelerating to 100km/h in just 4.6 yet emits no CO2 whatsoever thanks to its fuel-cell system. Harnessing the reaction between oxygen and to generate electricity for the electric the Mercedes-Benz F 125! can travel up to on its 7.5kg tank of hydrogen. you, to call it a tank is a because Mercedes has managed to the ‘tank’ into the car’s

The structural integrated hydrogen unit of the F 125! represents a technological revolution, as it allows the tank to be fully integrated the bodyshell structure for the first says Prof Dr Thomas member of the Board of Management of AG responsible for Group Research and Cars Development.


Weber says that on the current estimations, Mercedes have integrated hydrogen tanks in series production 2025.

In the future, vehicles emission-free fuel cell systems could achieve the ranges of current diesel with no loss of interior added Weber, referencing the 1000km cruising range.

a plug-in hybrid, the vehicle can travel up to 50km on stored power alone. Mercedes talks about inductive that is ‘wireless’ charging to electromagnetic fields that can energy between two objects. It that intelligent charging will be used and the process be monitored via smartphone.

The battery pack is also a looking system, a lithium-sulphur which Mercedes-Benz acknowledges is ways off from mass and whose usability in vehicles requires further research. The of the lithium-sulphur battery system, Benz, is a greater energy — the batteries are smaller, yet a higher charge than lithium batteries.

The vehicle showcases a curious new design, gull-wing doors and a hatch-style end section.

We have created in the visual perception: calm and yet dynamic, says Mercedes-Benz of Design, Gorden Wagener.

The real power lies in the muscular winds and the wheels: the symbolise electric motors terminals and coils, and make the concept visually tangible as

Perhaps most pertinent to the mid and development of vehicles are the updates to the infotainment systems.

The F 125! is a you can sit in and drive, stated Benz Dieter Zetsche.

Touch-screen combine with voice and hand-gesture recognition to make the menus and Internet effortless, to the Stuttgart-based car maker. The F 125! is online and makes use of Mercedes new a Cloud-based operating system, and can information in 3D via projector beam

The @yourCOMAND setup is fully with next-generation networks and for effortless social networking. says the F 125! is a true with whom the driver is to interact flexibly and effortlessly.

F 125! technical data

(mm) 4998

Mercedes-Benz F 125

Width 1980

Height (mm)

Wheelbase (mm) 3333

capacity (l) 470

Tyres 245/35 R23

output of rear motors each approx. 100/136

of rear motors (Nm) approx. 200

Peak output of front (kW/hp) each approx.

Torque (front motors) each approx. 75

Total output (kW/hp) 170/231

Mercedes-Benz F 125
Mercedes-Benz F 125
Mercedes-Benz F 125

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