Meet Mercedes-Benz’s Vision Tokyo, a self-driving car for the megacity

The latest concept car developed by Mercedes-Benz was built to shuttle Generation Z around megacities in style—and anticipate their future needs. The so-called Vision Tokyo, which was unveiled today at the Tokyo Auto Show, is a self-driving vehicle that looks like a cross between a spaceship and a minivan. It has lounge-like seating that can hold up to five people, is powered by a hybrid fuel cell system, and projects holographic 3D imagery of apps, maps and other displays to entertain its passengers. There’s also a jump seat that can swivel the passenger around to a driving position if the need arises. The entire car is designed with urban Generation Zers—people born after 1995—in mind. The car’s designers see a future where a vehicle is no longer a way to…


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