Future challenges of off-roader enforce companies to conceive about future needs. Los Angeles Design Challenge has developed a design for future police car. Mercedes-Benz in the far future would demonstrate how the genes of the classic off-roader from 1979 may still assert themselves in the far future. More crowded roads has enforced the Law enforcement agencies to prepare for emergency. The Los Angeles design challenge 2012 looks far ahead with a quest for the “Highway Patrol Vehicle 2025” with electronically monitored and guided traffic. In the future era of Green Cars, the Eco friendly will be the virtue of police car, and for this it will use alternative source of energy. Mercedes-Benz is presenting in Los Angeles that meets these requirement and would be fully capable of supporting police and emergency services anywhere in the world, said by Gorden Wagener, Director of Design at Mercedes-Benz Cars.
The Mercedes-Benz Ener-G-Force is the vision of tomorrow’s adventures. Security of personnel’s would be the prime focus, Windows were narrower, which should make it unmanageable for zombies to break. when they have horde around the vehicle. Heavy tyres on chunky 5-spokes 20-inch rims, an imposing four-bar grille with G-shaped front LED lights. These Emergency lights integrated into the roof ensure attention that is impossible to ignore, and a tailgate-mounted pull-out compartment reminiscent of the G-Class’s spare-wheel housing. The mounted roof distinctive to the Merecedes-Benz G-Class. The Ener-G-Force stores recycled water in tanks on the roof and transfers it to the “hydro-tech converter,”. Ener-G-Force has operating range of 800 kilometers. Natural resources are converted in to hydrogen for charging of fuel cell. A “Terra-Scan” 360-degree topography scanner on the roof permanently scans the surroundings.
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to the “hydro-tech converter,” where natural and renewable resources are converted into hydrogen for operating the fuel cells. The storage units for the electricity generated in this process are housed easily accessible in the striking side skirts. The Ener-G-Force emits nothing but water, has an operating range of about 800 kilometres and as a result truly is a green car. Four wheel-hub motors, whose output for each individual wheel is adapted precisely to the respective terrain by high-performance electronics, provide the pulling power. A “Terra-Scan” 360-degree topography scanner on the roof permanently scans the surroundings and uses the results to adjust the spring and damping rates as well as other suspension parameters for maximum traction on the
respective surface, regardless of whether it is in terrain or on the road. The strikingly styled side skirts house either the energy storage units or hot-swappable battery packs. Changes in the colour of the illumination of the side skirts indicate the operating and charge status of the energy packs. A roof carrier and additional lamps are integrated into the roof. The ensemble appears to have been carved from a single piece. The overall package of this design model is a clean thing – stylistically and functionally.
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