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  • Mercedes imagines the car as a luxury lounge
  • Mercedes imagines the car as a luxury lounge
    Mercedes-Benz (2015) ©
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Mercedes imagines the car as a luxury lounge

Third spaces - those between the home and workplace - are becoming the next frontiers for developers. Mercedes-Benz believes that in the future its fully autonomous luxury cars will be the ultimate third space – a place to hold business meetings or just relax and hang out.

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