The smart vision EQ fortwo.

The new vision of urban mobility.

The smart vision EQ fortwo.

The new vision of urban mobility.

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Less possessions. More liberties.

The image shows the fully electric smart vision EQ fortwo carsharing concept car with two occupants.

Relieved of driving activities, occupants can relax in the interior.

The smart vision EQ fortwo is already carrying one occupant. There is room for one more occupant.

The 1+1 sharing function suggests sharing rides with persons that have similar interests.

The image shows a smart vision EQ fortwo stopped at a pedestrian crossing to allow a pedestrian across the street.

The smart communicates with its environment.

Less possessions. More liberties.

The smart vision EQ fortwo concept vehicle demonstrates how autonomous driving could make carsharing of the future even more convenient, simpler and more efficient.

"The smart vision EQ fortwo is our vision of urban mobility in the future, it represents the most radical carsharing concept car of all: fully autonomous, with maximum communication levels, friendly, offering comprehensive personalisation and of course an electric drive," smart boss Annette Winkler explains.

Highly flexible with maximum efficiency.

The image shows the autonomously driving smart vision EQ fortwo on the way to picking up a passenger.

Save yourself the bother of hiring a car.

The image shows the fully electrical smart carsharing concept car waiting for an approaching passenger.

The new door concept makes getting in easier.

The image shows the autonomously driving smart vision EQ fortwo at a charging station to charge up energy.

The smart vision EQ fortwo can charge up or provide energy as required.

Highly flexible with maximum efficiency.

Thanks to swarm intelligence and autonomous driving features, the smart vision EQ fortwo unveils a new era of carsharing: users do need not to look for the next available vehicle – it finds them and picks up its passengers where they want to be picked up. Users request it on their mobile devices.

Linked vehicles are always on the go. Usage rates increase and simultaneously the amount of traffic and required parking spaces in urban spaces drop. If it's not being used, it independently seeks a charging station to recharge energy. Alternatively, the vehicles can inductively connect to the power grid and provide power to relieve the grid as "swarm batteries".

Clear-cut, future-based design.

The image shows the lounge-type seat in the white interior of the smart vision EQ fortwo.

The lounge-type seat provides space for two.

Clear-cut, future-based design.

The show car is the Daimler Group's first car to consistently do away with the steering wheel and pedals. Controlling vehicle functions with personal mobile devices or by voice input is intuitive, convenient and hygienic. The white interior seems even more spacious as a result of not having to provide space for conventional control elements.