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Daimler-Benz is putting the finishing touches on a new Smart concept vehicle that will debut next month at the Frankfurt Auto Show. According to a Daimler spokesperson, this yet-unnamed one-off is the first to be designed using its new CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electric) development strategy.

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While the automaker released no technical details about this new Smart, the car clearly appears to be geared towards excelling in urban ride-sharing duties. The illuminated LED display in the front grille area reprises similar outward-facing communication technology first seen in another Mercedes-Benz Concept, the F 015 Luxury in Motion that appeared at the 2015 CES show. We’ll know more about this ambitious Smart exercise soon.

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