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.