Although unique and impressive, this is the Mercedes-Benz that emerged from video games
Since 2020, Mercedes-Benz has been the exclusive automotive partner League of Legends World Championshipa company recently revamped with Riot Games Until 2025 and resulted in a car that’s too impressive to be true.
This was the first “default view” From the German brand and the fact that it was a game innovation presented a unique opportunity to build a different and extravagant vehicle because there was no intention of making it a reality.
League of Legends will have the most impressive Mercedes-Benz cars
“Because of the virtual space, there are no limits to what we can do, which means we can free up our creativity space for the unexpected,” said Jordan Wagner, Head of Design at Mercedes-Benz Group AG.
On more than one occasion we’ve seen Mercedes-Benz design amazing concept cars, but with this brand it broke the chart.
The model appears to have come from an alien planet, has an organic technical look, with a bubble cabin for multiple passengers, integrated neon lights and wheel-shaped accessories that seem to be part of the same body.
Given that this is just a virtual model, a physical model hasn’t even been built, but if you want to see it, all you have to do is watch the video for League of Legends anthem ‘Star Walkin’, performed by Lil Nas X..
Although all this is incredible, it will not be enough for fans of the game and the German brand, knowing this, Mercedes-Benz offers the opportunity to admire from the addition of Game design elements inside the EQS vehicle screen.
This exclusive experience will also allow game fans to immerse themselves in the world of League of Legends on Mercedes-Benz MBUX infotainment systems.
But it won’t be all Mercedes-Benz in League of Legends. The EQS SUV will be in operation on the road transporting the Summoner’s Cup across the various championship locations in the United States From the beginning of October until the final on November 5.
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