June 7, 2011
1 Mercedes Benz A Class Concept car
2 Mercedes Benz A Class Concept car
3 Mercedes Benz A Class Concept car
4 Mercedes Benz A Class Concept car
Since the first Mercedes-Benz vehicles were introduced in 1926, the company has led the way in creating innovative features to the automobile industry and has become one of the world’s best-known car brands in the world.
Not only is Mercedes-Benz the oldest standing automobile brand name still in existence, but ever since its inception, the German car manufacturers has become synonymous with style, quality, durability and luxury.
Given the brand’s seemingly inherent dexterity to withstand the boundaries of time and produce features and components which become mirrored by car manufacturers across the globe, it is almost taken-for-granted when Mercedes-Benz announce a concept car with a design that is said to be inspired by “the wind and the waves, as well as engineering aviation”.
Incorporating a dash-mounted tablet, the modern-day gadgetry society has now become reliant on is at the heart of the Mercedes A-Class concept car.
The ‘aviation-inspired’ car will also have a BlueEFFICIENCY 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine under the hood, which will produce a whopping 210-horsepower, guaranteed to get the pulses races of lovers of high-speed, quality vehicles.
Safety innovation has always been a core aspect of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, and the A-Class concept car is certainly no exception.
Not only will this sublimely sophisticated car include a dual clutch transmission but it will also boast an Adaptive Brake Assist and a radar-based collision-detection system, designed to significantly reduce the likelihood of another vehicle colliding with the A-Class.
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class concept car is expected to make an appearance at the Shanghai Motor Show on the 21 -28 April 2011, and in typical Mercedes-Benz style, is likely to be the star of the show.