(autoinsidenews) - Mercedes-Benz unveiled its Concept Ocean Drive four-door convertible at the North American Interational Auto Show in Detroit. The concept study is a one-off creation by Mercedes-Benz reviving the tradition of large luxury convertibles, like the Duesenbergs, which have disappeared from our roads.
Purely a conceptual design study, the Concept Ocean Drive is, effectively, a convertible twelve-cylinder Mercedes-Benz S 600 with modified bodywork. Apart from the four doors, the outward distinguishing marks of the concept car include a very large and upright radiator grille, LED headlamps and tail-lights, two-tone paintwork and a striking interplay between taut lines and large, restful surfaces, reports Trend.
Mercedes says the Concept Ocean Drive does not preview any upcoming production vehicle, but that doesn't mean that the automaker isn't going to be watching public response to the concept.