Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025
World premiere on the eve of the 2014 IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hanover.
Perfect combination of technology and designOn 3 July 2014, the secret was aired: with the Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025, Daimler Trucks unveiled the transport system of the future. The truck of tomorrow will drive itself. The road there is being paved by assistance and telematics systems that are already in use today. These were brought together in a highly intelligent system called "Highway Pilot". The result: increased safety, lower fuel consumption and also improved working conditions for professional truck drivers. And improved vehicle/transport management and app-based solutions will enable fleet operators to save money.
Yet the pioneer among autonomously driving trucks is not just intelligent. The engineers at Daimler Trucks have given it not just a futuristic exterior, but a new life in the interior. The credo is: less is more. Fewer controls, more freedom of movement.
The driver's workplace is peaceful and tidy.
Once the truck is driving autonomously, the driver can move his seat back while at the same time rotating it by 45 degrees.
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