The Vision Tokyo Concept's front end is dominated by its massive grille opening.

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Even the profile of the Vision Tokyo is illuminated.

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Unencumbered by legal constraints, the Vision Tokyo concept casts a cool glow on the ground.

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The Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept looks most at home at night, all lit up.

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The Vision Tokyo's massive wraparound front glass suggests great outward visibility.

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The 360-degree tail lamp loop has a unique stepped-surface design.

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In profile the Vision Tokyo concept doesn't look like it has side windows, but that's because they're painted with a gradient surface that matches the vehicle's Alubeam flanks.

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An oversize grille can radiate different light patterns.

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The Vision Tokyo's rear end is somewhat glob-like and undefined.

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Mercedes envisions holograms will play an important part in future controls.

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A fold-up jump seat and movable steering wheel appear when piloted driving is called for.

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This interior rendering looks more like a booth in a hip club than it does a car interior.

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The wraparound couch means that there's only one large gullwing door.

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The sofa is rendered in backlit mesh leather.

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