Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

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      Since 1926, Mercedes-Benz has been all about sophistication and luxury on wheels. Based in Stuttgart, Germany, this car giant keeps setting new standards for today and tomorrow. The AMG GT, launched in 2014, is a favorite among supercar fans, while the Concept VISION AVTR is leading the way for future electric cars.

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      In an industry where few big names explore electric concept designs, it’s no surprise that many designers are attracted to Mercedes. They see their futuristic creations fitting perfectly into the brand’s design lineup. One of these designers is Jeongtae Lee, who created the Mercedes-Benz Dresscode concept, offering a peek into the potential future of hypercars.

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      Lee’s design cleverly mixes luxury with formal attire. The hypercar resembles a white shirt with a tie and a black jacket. The white parts mimic the shirt’s texture, while the black body wraps around like a tailored jacket. The back of the car is simple and stylish, like a well-dressed person.

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      Instead of flashy gull-wing or scissor doors, Lee goes for a more elegant approach. The Dresscode concept has doors that open smoothly, inspired by taking off a suit. The car’s profile is inspired by jacket seams, flowing seamlessly from front to back. The wheels are integrated within these lines, and suit stitches become unique Mercedes patterns on the hypercar.

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      The Dresscode concept is a carefully crafted Mercedes creation, balancing performance and elegance in a dynamic form.

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

      Dressed to Drive: The Mercedes-Benz Dresscode Concept

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