Mercedes-Benz BIOME‎

The Mercedes-Benz Biome is an ultralight vehicle that utilizes technologies from nature to achieve unparalleled efficiency and seamless integration into the ecosystem.

Mercedes-Benz Symbiosis:
Mercedes-Benz Symbiosis is a system in which the vehicle becomes part of the ecosystem like the leaves of a tree. Symbiosis vehicles collect energy from the sun and store it in chemical bonds, in the form of a fluid called BioNectar4534. Mercedes has also developed technology to retrofit trees with receptors which can harvest their excess solar energy into BN4534. This creates an incentive to plant more trees and collect more energy, while also helping the ecosystem. The vehicle can be composted after its lifespan is complete or used as building material.

Partnership With Nature:
The Symbiosis vehicle forms a seamless part of the ecosystem through green technologies. Most of the energy used to power the vehicles comes from the sun. It is stored in a lightweight grown material called BioFibre. It is much lighter than metal or synthetic composites, but stronger than steel when mature. It is grown in the Mercedes-Benz Nursery through proprietary DNA. The customer’s specific desires are genetically engineered into the Star and the vehicle grows when this combines with the Seed capsule.

Mercedes-Benz Nursery:
All Mercedes-Benz Symbiosis vehicles are grown in an ecologically sustainable nursery, using primarily organic materials.

Growth from Two Seeds:
The interior of the Biome grows from Mercedes-Benz DNA in the front star, when it fuses with the seed. The exterior grows from the rear star, creating the shape. The wheels are grown separately from four unique seeds.

Technologies from Nature:
Mercedes Benz Symbiosis vehicles release pure oxygen into the environment, helping urban areas to meet air quality standards.

Designers.
Hubert Lee
Christopher Rhoades
Nicolas Garfias
Alan Barrington
Daniel Kim
Benjamin Messmer
Jack Luttig

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Jimmy December 1, 2010 at 5:26 pm

Awesome design :-)

Zaidi December 3, 2010 at 1:22 pm

21st century designe

shahid mahmood December 25, 2010 at 7:42 am

I want to buy 12 cars like that. plz, arrange for me ;-)

farooq niazi October 30, 2011 at 1:24 am

vry nice dear\

derp March 18, 2012 at 7:30 am

wtf is this crap?

Canute Pinto September 12, 2012 at 9:35 am

I don’t need it because it is only fit to drive on very fine roads or fit to drive on tracks. Car is so flat even a little hump can damage its bumper and lower of the car. I would prefer Mercedes G class rather

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