The California-based Mercedes-Benz Advanced Designed Studio came up with a brilliant design for the iconic G-Class SUV, its called the Ener-G-Force. The Ener-G-Force concept was designed to enter this year’s 2012 LA Design Challenge.
One of its amazing features is the roof rack, which is actually a way to collect water to be transferred to a converter that creates hydrogen to power the fuel cells!
The batteries for this system are built into the rocker panels, and according to Mercedes-Benz the range will be 500 miles of zero-emission driving.
The Ener-G-Force concept uses four independent motors at each wheel that adjusts the suspension to best fit in all terrain conditions.
The concept was one of six entrants for the 2012 LA Design Challenge. The winning design will be announced on November 29 in LA Auto Show.