‘Lord won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz’, once queried a hopeful Janis Joplin.
Not that you’d be holding the wheel for very long. The F 015 has been built for a future where autonomous driving is common place. Once this mode is activated, four seats swivel around and let passengers enjoy a first-class cabin like interior, scattered with all manner of gizmos including gesture and eye-tracking LED screens mounted on reader and side panels.
Designed to cope with congestions around crowded urban metropolises, it’s essentially a hub away from all the bumper-to-bumper chaos outside, not to mention various virtual landscapes displays ensuring you don’t have to see another Pret A Manager from your window for the millionth time.
There’s also plenty of power to go with the Moon Lander looks, running on a hydrogen fuel cell, which, fully charged, should able to travel up to an estimated range of 600 miles if on the road by 2030.