According to foreign media reports, we first saw Mercedes Benz vision avtr on CES 2020 at the beginning of this year. There is no doubt that the vision avtr was inspired by James Cameron’s “Avatar” movie, but avtr means “advanced vehicle transform,” which has a lot of exquisite high-tech details, including deformable rear flaps and cutting-edge artificial intelligence. “Avatar’s world is a universe full of new shapes and colors, and such inspiration is a natural inspiration for designers,” said Gordon Wagener, chief design officer of Daimler group. Think of all the unusual environments, life forms on Pandora, and the culture of the indigenous neville people; it’s all about our design philosophy and the intellectual and emotional polarization of the brand. ” < / P > < p > recently, Mercedes Benz showed a running vision avtr prototype in a video. Hosted by Danish TV host and car enthusiast Felix Smith, this video provides a deeper insight into the inspiration behind the car world outside the design. < / P > < p > the car can move “crabs”, that is, lateral movement. Similar to the concept on CES, vision avtr lacks a traditional steering wheel. Instead, it has a bouncing center console that functions like a trackball mouse. When the hand is placed on the console, the AI interface will immediately recognize the driver’s breathing pattern, which will wake up the all electric drive system and vehicle system. < / P > < p > it’s true that you’ve seen cars and sleek looking steering, but the Mercedes Benz vision avtr goes further. If the hand is raised from the console, the system projects the infotainment menu onto its palm. The car also has a large curved screen and rear passengers have an augmented reality magic pool display. < / P > < p > currently, the Mercedes Benz vision avtr is equipped with four electric motors and an environmentally friendly, fully recyclable graphene battery pack with an output power of 470 HP and a range of 435 miles (700 km). In addition, the interior is made of pure plant dinamica leather (from old clothes and PET plastic bottles) and ecological rattan flooring. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen