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The Mercedes-Benz F100 concept made its debut at the 1991 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and it was far ahead of its time to say the least. This front-wheel drive, hydrogen-powered vehicle has five seats, complete with central driver’s seat, roof-mounted solar cells, and even rotating-swiveling front doors. Other features include electric seats, satellite navigation, an electrically adjustable steering wheel, tire pressure monitoring system, and a key card. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
What really set it apart from other vehicles were the solar cells built into the roof, providing up to 100 watts, along with its touch-operated front doors that opened to reveal the five bucket seats inside arranged in a 1+2+2 layout. It was also capable of automatic lane keeping, had a blind spot systems, and autonomous intelligent cruise control that worked together with front- and rear-mounted radars.
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