What do you want your golf cart to be able to do?
If you answered this question with, "anything," then I think I've found the golf cart for you. Mercedes-Benz teamed up with Scandanavian company Garia to create a luxury golf cart that has all of the features you could think of and more.
The cart's sleek design is to be as low and sporty as possible, and includes LED headlights, a dimpled grille, and a carbon-fiber roof.
Features include a built-in refridgerator, a spoiler on the back that doubles as a golf bag holder, a storage tray for balls, and a touchscreen infotainment system.
The infotainment system is loaded, and to hear gizmag.com explain it sounds more like a space shuttle than a golf cart.
The high-resolution 10.1-in touchscreen is divided into two halves; the upper half is dedicated to displaying information such as speed and remaining range as well as control of functions like drive mode (yep, there's "eco" and "sport' modes), headlights and windshield wipers, while the lower half of the screen is for golf information, such as course layout with cart position and digital scorecard. There are also a few apps, including a weather app for tracking what's going on above.
The Golf Car includes an audio system with Bluetooth connection and frame-mounted speakers for smartphone-based music listening. Mercedes also mentions the possibility of adding a more robust set of smartphone-connected features through the onboard infotainment system.