Designed by Mercedes-Benz and manufactured by Garia, this is one impressive golf cart.

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Right now, only two will be built, with customer demand standing between the two physical concepts and a full production run.

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Sensing a gap in the market for luxury golf carts, Mercedes went and designed one that aligns with its standards.

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Under the single bench seat, you'll find a refrigerator.

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The 10.1-inch touchscreen features Bluetooth, so you can stream tunes from your phone to your cart.

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It also packs an electronic scorecard and a map of your golf course.

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It's powered by a single 4-horsepower electric motor.

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Its lithium ion battery will provide about 50 miles of range on a 6-hour charge.

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It's designed to be street legal in the US, which is why it has those adorable LED headlights.

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But you won't be blowing anyone away, not with its 19-mph top speed.

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If you're really interested in this cart, head down to your Mercedes dealer and start raising a ruckus. Demand is what will get it built.

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