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Mike Stevens | Jan, 05 2015 | 0 Comments

Mercedes-Benz has released a handful of new teaser images for its coming autonomous concept, bound for this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The concept was first spied by TMR’s eagle-eyed shooters in November last year, before a shadowy teaser appeared online last week.

These latest images offer a tightly-cropped look at the show car’s finer details, including LED-lit grille elements and interior trims.

Despite these style-focused features, the concept’s purpose is understood to be a preview of Merc’s new self-driving technology.

The carmaker says that with its autonomous systems and forward-thinking styling, the concept promises a future “bolder than you’ve ever imagined”.

Mercedes last teased this technology back in November, showcasing an almost lounge-like car interior with four inward-facing seats matched to a virtual-reality headset for each occupant.

With that system already revealed, we can look forward to this week’s unveiling focusing more on style and how the concept could fit into our daily lives.

Elsewhere in the prestige market’s autonomy arena, BMW will debut a new self-parking system at CES, while Audi will again showcase its ‘piloted’ A7 Sportback concept.

For more self-driving coverage, see our links below.

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