Mercedes-Benz has pulled the wraps from its Vision Tokyo concept, revealing the latest in a growing list of futuristic show cars.
Building on January’s F015 concept, the Vision Tokyo similarly combines sleek, futuristic styling with a focus on lifestyle-oriented driverless electric vehicle technology.
Though Mercedes describes the Vision Tokyo as a five-seater, one glimpse at the interior reveals it’s a spacious and lounge-like people mover.
There’s still a steering wheel up front too, along with expansive head-up displays, meaning occupants can choose to drive it manually if they wish.
The Vision Tokyo won’t appear in showrooms anytime soon, but with most car makers looking at 2020 to 2030 as a launch window for their driverless vehicle technologies, it may not be too long before creations such as this are a reality on the road.