Mercedes-Benz has revealed a new minivan-like concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. This self-driving car is powered by a fuel cell and has been designed to attract Japanese youngsters.
The Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo concept features an airplane fuselage-like wraparound windshield.
In profile, the Vision Tokyo looks somewhat ungainly, albeit spacious.
Blind spots are thankfully not generally an issue with autonomous cars.
The Benz's massive grille can light up in a striking shade of blue.
The rear tail lamps are unique - not only are they a 360-degree band around the rear window, they're actually mounted beneath the glass backlight.
Ungainly 26-inch wheels point to a massive turning circle, which is odd in a city car.
The headlamps are the most ordinary design element on this latest Mercedes-Benz concept.
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