7) Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR
The Vision AVTR is an electric vehicle made primarily of organic materials and aspires to be autonomous and interactive. At the “interactive” level, you can control it with your brain.
Its wheels are spherical, which enables it for more versatile movements. The Mercedes Vision AVTR does not have a steering wheel but a touch control panel that allows it to be driven from any of its seats.
You place the palm of your hand on it and move it in any direction, like a laptop’s touchpad. The driver’s biometric data, such as heart rate and breathing, are also recognized by this system.
Similarly, tactile surfaces in the seats monitor your pressure and breathing to determine your mood and stress level and alter the car’s climate and illumination accordingly.
Even though Vision AVTR has already transformed a concept into an actual vehicle, it is not meant to be on the market. Its primary purpose is to demonstrate what future technology will be capable of.
However, this concept vehicle does an excellent job of embodying the future of mobility where humans, nature, and technology are all working together in unison.