Invisible Mercedes

Now you see it ... now you don't!

Becky Youngby Becky Young

When Mercedes wanted to promote its new fuel cell vehicle, instead of placing it squarely in front of everyone in the world, the company decided to make the car invisible. We have video from Mashable.

Since 2002 the company has been manufacturing a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, called the F-Cell. Manufactured in very limited quantities,  the original was based on an A-Class and only had a range of 160km. The second-generation F-Cell was based on a B-Class and can travel 402km.  Impressive, but just as impressive is how Mercedes decided to advertise this zero-emission F-Cell vehicle.  Mercedes seems to always be ahead of the curve!

For more about Mercedes innovation, make sure to check out Motoman Exhaust Note – Mercedes hybrid cars.