Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle (ESF) 2019: New safety ideas for a new mobility

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September 2019
Stuttgart

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    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicles ESF 22 and ESF 24 (back) in the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
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    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 22 from 1973. Detail: Energy-absorbing front.
  • 72145-20
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 13 from 1972. Detail: Energy-absorbing front bumper.
  • 73044-3
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 22 from 1973.
  • A15711
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 24 from 1974. Detail: Energy-absorbing rear bumper.
  • C7287
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 13 from 1972. Detail: Automatically applied front seat belt.
  • C7290
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 13 from 1972. Detail: Extended front crumple zone.
  • 09C439_013
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 2009 from 2009. In the background a saloon of the 111 model series from 1959, the world’s first vehicle with safety body, consisting of a stiff cabin structure and energy-absorbing crumple zones at front and back.
  • 73044-4
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 22 from 1973.
  • A15710
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 24 from 1974.
  • A15708
    Mercedes-Benz Experimental Safety Vehicle ESF 24 from 1974. Detail: Energy-absorbing front bumper.
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