Mercedes-Benz has revealed the Concept Vision e plug-in hybrid at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show.
According to the German automaker, the said vehicle utilizes the same plug-in hybrid system that is equipped with the Mercedes-Benz C350. In terms of the design, the Concept Vision e has sharp-looking headlights along with a sporty bumper, a mesh lower front grille and a large radiator grill.
The rear gets a roof-mounted spoiler and distinctive taillights. It is finished off with a set of multi-spoke 20-inch wheels.
The interior of the Concept Vision e features a two-tone theme of white and silver. Other than the three-spoke steering wheel, the vehicle has white nappa leather for the two executive seats as well as a roof made of glass and two iPad holders integrated into the driver and front passenger seat backrests.
Mercedes-Benz says the iPad holder can be tilted and rotated 90 degress and comes with an integrated charging interface and two USB charging ports.
The Concept Vision e is powered by a 4-cylinder gasoline engine that delivers 213 PS and 349 Nm of torque, combined with a 124 PS and 340 Nm electric motor. With this, the total output generates 338 PS and 600 Nm of torque.