"Those who have long legs are much shorter, have smaller legs than those who have shorter legs, which have smaller toes, which have a shorter leg." In our view, the leadership of the Mercedes-Benz Exterior heads towards the XS, the future luxury luxury sedan. The largest Mercedes size by Robert Lincoln is 23 inches larger.
At the Frankfurt Exhibition Center, his "concept" was the centerpiece of the most iconic costume and one of the most iconic exhibits of the time. The vision of Slovenian Robert Leishy's visionary EQ concept exterior design, future premium and dream of a modern staircase. They are electronically infused and almost exclusively highly specialized. Just how expensive vehicles have been for less than 10 years is a good question for the designer, who is actually designing 2025 luxury cars in Stewart.
This year's Frankfurt Motor Show is special in many ways. Many manufacturers are missing out, but German brands take it very seriously. What is your impression
This is really a pretty special auto show, a lot has been written about the audience and their future. If I was in Germany and theaters in the US or China the same as Shanghai or Beijing, the story is completely different. Some markets are slightly behind the European market. There, it may not have experienced something that had already been salvaged. Each salon has its own character. Frankfurt is facing the challenge of adding some manufacturers. This is still an important term for us, but we will also try different methods. We focus our attention on individual events, such as the Electric ECO premiere in Stockholm. We focused on just one product there.
Are the cars facing the next challenge?
The world is changing and we need to adjust our products. This is also our main message at this year’s Frankfurt Showroom. How to create the latest interactive luxury with a durable design. A great example is a great car like our JLSV. As a plug-in hybrid, it can be said to have an electric range of just 90km / h. A few years ago, there was no such success. The luxury class has to adapt to all the changes as well.
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You have revealed that Luxury Concept Vehicle Map EQ, what guidelines do you announce?
All of our cars that are on the market or within a few years are very quiet on the lines. We have a few more important ones here and there, that's enough. The overall ratio of the car remains to be seen. When the bikes are big enough and the car sits well on the road, we call it the "jar" in the necklace, so the design element is no longer needed. When is enough and when is it too much? We often say there is more. Our Class A bicycles have a range of 660 millimeters, for example, compared to just 645 millimeters. With such large bikes, we would be able to carry smaller ones. The same applies to the EACC and EKRS.
So, I guess to you right, it mostly revolves around the size of a car?
Games are the most important. Someone has shorter legs than anybody with long legs. It also belongs to the car. They are larger than the 1970s. Opticals are big and big, and we have to replace those horses. Increasing mass also requires such a bicycle as to allow a car to be perfectly designed and driven through the curve.
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Still, the Mercedes design guidelines look very different from BMW and Audi?
When I look at competition, there is no talk of minimalism. Perhaps we are the complete opposite of this. We are way different than others. It says, "If you like something, draw the line. If you still like it, one another." But have you already taken away all the elements? Then you can just add. It is those periods that have moved through the decades. Our QQ line has been fully refurbished and is nothing more than a departure.
Even everyone in Frankfurt talking about cars. Do these represent issues or opportunities for drive designers?
Power vehicles need adaptation, but also benefits. If the Collector's Car appears today, a ton of engine is dedicated to the look. The Class S is powered by an 8- and 12-cylinder engine. He has for decades, and he will continue to have them for some time. Designers have the opportunity to arrange or arrange this space in different locations. We can seize this opportunity with both hands. We can do anything, but if the opportunity arises …
As a designer, you only have the opportunity to design a brand new factory building. From the outside, it is possible to notice d. We have become the place that we have spent the engineer at the expense of the customer or the space. Never has this approach been done in this segment. I see this as a great opportunity. And of course, when you do new architecture, you also think of production cars. Similarly to the announced model EQC that is true by 2022, we will have ten different members of the EQ family.
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A year ago, we were talking at the premiere of your EQC electric SUV in Stockholm, which is still missing today on the road. So you are so boring and unexpected?
It's true it has been available to consumers since Germany, and is only coming to the U.S. next year. We manufacture cars in Brennan, Germany and China in Beijing. It takes some time before all the technologies are very sophisticated. This is a car with a new internal combustion engine that we have been delivering for decades. Many people are ignorant today. When everything goes, for example by 2022, everything will be much easier.
What kind of performance do you make at the Stewart office today, how many years ago did you see the team?
Setting up a car with a year or more usually takes four years. It is interesting to create workers that are not as prominent today. They will come with new constructions. This is the time when Siri work begins four years before the end. We are now working towards 2025. We measure the dimensions, wheel standing, size of the bike and the like.
But the car industry is evolving faster than ever, how hard is it to keep a real car by 2025?
In seven to eight years, this disease tells us that it has killed us. I wouldn't say that difficult. You need some experience. With all these changes, it's hard to claim that you have experience. We make cars that have never been before. Workers today offers many options for future and future careers. Buyers will eventually say who was right.