Mercedes says the concept has an operating range of 700 km, or about 435 miles.
At an output of 469 hp, the Vision meets the performance level of other sports cars.
The car comes with all-wheel drive.
Like most electric cars, the battery is located in the floor of the car between the axles.
The battery can charge to 80% in under 20 minutes with a 350 kW connection.
According to Mercedes-Benz, this model gives a glimpse into future luxury car interiors.
Mercedes-Benz says it "draws its inspiration from the world of luxury yachts"
The maple trim is sourced from German forests chosen for their relatively small carbon footprint.
The speakers are covered in gold.
Recycled materials appear throughout the design, including "ocean waste plastic" in the roof liner.
The car's rear is highlighted with 229 "illuminated, individual stars" lit by LED.
The vehicle features a digital LED grille.
To signal, the panel comes to life to create 3D images to communicate the intention to turn.
Mercedes-Benz is working toward a carbon-neutral collection of cars within 20 years.
Electric power can be a major source of CO2, so the brand is encouraging customers to use "green" energy from renewable sources where possible.