Introducing the Ener-G-Force concept, a visionary and
tough-as-nails answer to the Los Angeles Design Challenge 2012. Based on the legendary Mercedes-Benz G-Class, it's a theoretical, environmentally friendly SUV designed for the future of law enforcement and emergency services. And you never know: it just might prove to be a preview of things to come by the year 2025.
Powered by a hypothetical version of our proven, zero-emission F-CELL hydrogen-fuel-cell technology, the Ener-G-Force sends recycled water in tanks on its roof to a
"hydro-tech converter" that transforms natural and renewable resources into energy. Advanced, lightweight-composite construction also contributes to the vehicle's exceptional efficiency, helping it achieve an operating range of about 500 miles. What's more, instead of a fulltime all-wheel drive system, you'll find four, electric wheel-hub motors that work independent of one another to tackle the toughest terrain on the planet.
The Ener-G-Force may be a concept vehicle. But envisioning "what could be" is how the automobile -- and Mercedes-Benz -- was born. And it's what continues to drive us today.
- Futuristic design based on the legendary G-Class
Powered by a hypothetical version of Mercedes-Benz
F-CELL hydrogen fuel-cell technology
- Converts recycled water and renewable resources into energy
- Advanced, lightweight-composite construction
- Independent, electric motors mounted within each wheel
- Operating range of about 500 miles