Mercedes-Benz Vision Golf Cart for the future golfer

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled an all-electric Vision Golf Cart design study during this year’s Open Championship.

The Vision Golf Cart design study is created by the Mercedes-Benz design department in Carlsbad, California.

The one-off concept reflects the ideas and wishes of golf players, as well as characteristics and technologies of a Mercedes-Benz.

Power comes from an electric motor and the battery can be charged either through an integrated solar panel on the roof or manual charging. The vehicle is controlled via a joystick mounted on the centre console, so making it possible for either passenger to drive the golf cart. There is also a multimedia panel that includes a rotatable docking station for an iPad or iPhone and a USB interface.

Side doors are optional, and there is enough space for two golf bags in the stowage room, as well as room for smaller belongings like golf balls, sun glasses, extra clothes in various cargo spaces in the dashboard and center console.

It is an interesting take on the boring Golf Cart used around the world and we are sure there are many players who would love to see this futuristic cart become reality.

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