Mercedes-Benz F 500 Concept 2003 posters

Mercedes-Benz F 500 Concept

To commemorate the opening of the 37th Tokyo Motor Show, Professor Jürgen Hubbert and Dr. Thomas Weber, Board Members of DaimlerChrysler, revealed the F 500 Mind research vehicle today at a press conference in the Mercedes stand. According to Professor Hubbert, this experimental laboratory "exhibits more than a dozen new technical features and provides a glimpse into the future of automotive technology." The F 500 Mind has a body length of 5092 millimetres and a wheelbase of 2965 mm, allowing for increased legroom in the rear as opposed to a normal saloon. This was possible thanks to the electronic accelerator and brake pedals, which take up less space than conventional mechanical variants. The multivision display is the centerpiece of the advanced instrumentation and control system featured in the F 500 Mind, with dials and displays that can be colorized, combined, or electronically superimposed. It also features a voice-controlled system and an ultrasound-based driver information system designed to increase comfort. Furthermore, a unique night vision system makes night driving safer by using infrared laser headlamps and a camera to project images onto the right-hand monitor of the multivision display, which can detect hazards from up to 150 metres away. The F 500 Mind is powered by a state-of-the-art diesel hybrid unit with a power output of 234 kW. It can be up to 20 per cent more efficient on the European driving cycle than a similar direct-injection diesel engine.

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