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Driven by nature, the Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design Studios in Carlsbad, California, at the 2010 Los Angeles Design Challenge, designed a revolutionary

Mercedes Biome Concept – Impressive Car - The car is literally grown from seeds. Mercedes revealed their work of art at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2010. The Mercedes designers imagined this lab grown car to be made of a currently non-available or existent material called BioFibre. The Car would run on a fuel power called BioNectar4534, but like the BioFibre it doesn’t exist. The car would be entirely biodegradable and give off no harmful gases - nature friendly from beginning to end...x

Mercedes-Benz has finally disclosed the official images and other details of its 2016 #MercedesEClass. #SagmartCars #MercedesBenz

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5 Car Manufacturers Giving Tesla A Run For Their Money

Porsche Mission E, a concept car, was revealed last September to impressive reviews. The Mission E model promises more than 300 miles per electric charge and 0 to 60 MPH in less than 4 seconds.

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Mercedes-Benz X-CLASS Concept Truck

First outlook on the new Mercedes-Benz Concept X-CLASS pickup. With the Concept X-CLASS, Mercedes-Benz Vans gives a concrete outlook on its new pickup, the X-Class, in Stockholm. The first premium pickup will combine the best of two worlds. This is demonstrated impressively by

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Mercedes-Benz X-CLASS Concept Truck

First outlook on the new Mercedes-Benz Concept X-CLASS pickup. With the Concept X-CLASS, Mercedes-Benz Vans gives a concrete outlook on its new pickup, the X-Class, in Stockholm. The first premium pickup will combine the best of two worlds. This is demonstrated impressively by

from wordlessTech

Mercedes-Benz X-CLASS Concept Truck

First outlook on the new Mercedes-Benz Concept X-CLASS pickup. With the Concept X-CLASS, Mercedes-Benz Vans gives a concrete outlook on its new pickup, the X-Class, in Stockholm. The first premium pickup will combine the best of two worlds. This is demonstrated impressively by