A modern concept vehicle, the Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force is designed for the future of off-roading. This was a design study that was part of the Los Angeles Design Challenge, which means it was specifically designed for law enforcement and emergency services. The concept vehicle runs on a concept zero-emission F-Cell Hydrogen fuel cell technology. Recycled water sits in roof tanks and the hydro-tech converter changes it to energy. This SUV offers a drivetrain similar to all-wheel drive with the ability for each wheels’ independent motor to function separately. As a police vehicle, the concept car has small windows for protection. There are also rotating beacons on the roof plus a striking front end.
The Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force makes use of key elements, proportions, and lines of the original G-wagen, but these are hard to notice unless the vehicles are side by side. The taillights are horizontal and mounted low, while the turn signals are mounted on the hood.
The tires are fitted to 20-inch wheels and massive. The running lights resemble a ‘G’ in design while the side skirts have the F-Cell branding and open to allow battery access. A camera mounted to the roof keeps you prepared for the adventures ahead while the unique suspension allows for maximum comfort.