Mobility Concept The future of mobility Harald Rudolph, head of Daimler strategy, and Torsten Frech, deputy Chief Economist, on the future of mobility. Mobility Concept Energy bars tested Daimler is the only German vehicle manufacturer that develops and produces its own batteries for its electric models. Autonomous Driving The age-old dream of the driverless car The history of the future of self-driving vehicles. Visions and utopias from the past. Connectivity One storage unit for all eventualities Lithium-ion batteries: independence from public energy providers with stationary energy storage units from Mercedes-Benz. Autonomous Driving Motorway Pilot & Co. Equipped with „connected systems“, Mercedes-Benz vehicles are now more comfortable, safer and also more dynamic and efficient. Autonomous Driving Hands off the wheel Daimler's US subsidiary Freightliner is starting the test phase with the world's first autonomously driving truck on public roads. Autonomous Driving New mobility in San Francisco On the road at the Golden Gate in California with the autonomously driving F 015 Luxury in Motion research vehicle. Autonomous Driving World premiere of Inspiration Truck Daimler celebrates their first autonomous truck with road approval at Hoover Dam. Connectivity Putting monitors through their paces In-car displays need to withstand a great deal more than current smartphones for the car's entire operating life. Mercedes-Benz even tests their resistance to misuse. FOLLOW @MB_NEXT ON TWITTER August 12 The @FAZ_Eil on the challenges of connected cars http://bit.ly/1NpFboN August 10 A drive through Oslo with the B-class Electric Drive http://bit.ly/1HAPDVv Mobility Concept Vikings surging ahead In Norway, electromobility is more attractive than anywhere else. An excursion into the kingdom of Norway. Advanced Engineering Electric cars without charging plug Convenient charging: wireless charging stations will make the issue of charging electric vehicles by means of a charging cable a thing of the past.