Mercedes Benz F 125Concept called F125 uses a hydrogen fuel cell drive train that produces more power than its gasoline powered counterparts of this era. The F125 concept is seen as the future Mercedes-Benz S-Class and this could be the car on which the next generation models of the limousine could be based on. The new technology still has to prove itself before Mercedes-Benz starts offering future luxury cars with a zero-emissions drivetrain.
A bodyshell of innovative, lightweight hybrid construction w�th a high proportion of fibre-reinforced plastics and an intelligent mix of carbon-fibre, aluminium and high-strength steels, which allows a significant weight reduction while offering a further considerable improvement in safety. A high-strength construction w�th crash-responsive protective systems within the doors allows the omission of B-pillars, as well as the use of wide gull-wing doors which allow convenient access to the four seats. In this way the Mercedes-Benz safety philosophy and in particular the decisive principle of the rigid passenger cell developed by B�la Bar�nyi in 1952 are being concertedly taken forward for the future of individual mobility