Following last week's reveal at CES, the Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion concept has made its debut at an auto show in Detroit during 2015 NAIAS.

Following last week's reveal at CES, the Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion concept has made its debut at an auto show in Detroit during 2015 NAIAS.

It's perhaps one of the most interesting concepts exhibited this year at the North American International Auto Show and Mercedes-Benz describes it as a "self-driving luxury sedan". Since the car takes care of getting you from point A to point B, the interior cabin was designed to be like a lounge with rotating chairs that can face one another while the six individual displays provide all the necessary controls to access the vehicle's functions. Getting inside the cabin should be a breeze thanks to a 90-degree angle opening of the doors and the absence of a B pillar.

Power comes from a plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric arrangement consisting of two electric motors mounted at the back producing a combined output of 268 bhp & 294 lb-ft sent to the rear axle. It has received lithium-ion battery cells providing enough juice for 124 miles (200 km) while the hydrogen necessary to produce electricity while on the move is stored in 5.4 kg tanks.

The system is basically an evolution of the hardware found in the 2011 F 125! research vehicle and in this latest application it allows the F 015 Luxury in Motion concept to hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in 6.7 seconds before topping out at an electronically-capped 124 mph (200 km/h). When used as a plug-in hybrid, the concept has a maximum range of up to 684 miles (1,100 km).

Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion concept shows up in Detroit