If you have been keeping your eye on the automotive industry, you have probably noticed the trend of electric models bursting into the market with greater frequency. So, where does the Mercedes-Benz brand plan to go in the future? Will they create their own fleet of electric models? Let’s find out!Read the rest of this entry
Most of us have already seen the video that Mercedes-Benz released of the EQ Silver Arrow. But have you actually read about what else is in this electric sports car? It’s pretty impressive. Take a look below to check out the features and design! Read the rest of this entry
Are you curious what the future of transportation holds? Just take a look at the new Mercedes-Benz Vision UBRANETIC. From its modern styling to its futuristic size, this all-electric autonomous concept is impressive. But what exactly is it? The concept vehicle is essentially an over-sized minivan with seating for 12 people and 353 cu.ft. of cargo space. Not only can the URBANETIC be used to transport passengers, but it could also potentially deliver packages too. Read the rest of this entry
Mercedes-Benz Connected Mobility CES 2017
Over the last year, Mercedes-Benz has been hard at work to connect your smartphone and your car to the rest of the world. Whether that mean communicating with other cars on the road or letting Tiny Tim know you won’t be home for Christmas, Mercedes-Benz is covering all of its bases. Here is what we can expect from Mercedes-Benz connected mobility at CES 2017. Read the rest of this entry
What Is Mercedes-Benz In Car Office?
How do you keep track of your day-to-day schedule? Do you keep it on your phone? Do you still have a calendar on the wall in the kitchen? Post-it notes? Even if you are someone who keeps it all up in the old noggin, Mercedes-Benz In Car Office is something that you use to help increase your personal productivity, starting with punctuality. Of course, we are quite some time away from the picture of the passengers in the Luxury In Motion you see above, but not as far as you might think. Read the rest of this entry