Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR | Inspired by Avatar

Vision AVTR is a Concept Vehicle designed by Mercedes-Benz in Collaboration with the AVATAR team and not only for the show but also for Advanced Vehicle Transformation.

Vision AVTR uses Four Individual near-wheel-built Electrical Motors for it’s wheels which means each wheel can be driven separately and with a combined engine power of more than 350 kW, the VISION AVTR sets a new benchmark for EQ Power.

This vehicle uses Organic Battery Technology which is 100% Recyclable due to its Materiality. With it’s exceptional fast charging capability via automated, conductive charging technology the Vision AVTR fully charges in less than 15 Minutes and with a capacity of around 110 kWh, the vehicle enables an electric range of more than 700 kilometres.

The neuromirphic hardware of the vehicle helps in minimising the energy requirements of sensors, chips and other components to a few watts. Their energy supply is provided by the cached current of the integrated solar plates on the back of the VISION AVTR. The 33 multi-directionally movable surface elements act as “Bionic Flaps”.

The VISION AVTR responds to the approach of the passengers by visualising the energy and information flow of the environment with digital neurons. The passenger can establish a biometric connection by putting his hand on the Centre Console and becomes the driver. When driving, the neurons flow over the outside of the vehicle. When changing direction, the energy flows to the corresponding side of the vehicle.

Centre Control Unit

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