The Hexawheel concept is a design study of an extreme off-road vehicle which combines a six-wheels layout and a flexible frame with a Mercedes-Benz-inspired design language. It was designed by Iranian engineer Siyamak Rouhi Dehkordi.
The Hexawheel is doing its darndest to bring the gas guzzler back, and while we’d never turn down a solid deal on our own G-Wagon, there’s something mighty novel about this ride. Boasting an iconic M-B design, this here creature deviates drastically from the typical road warrior, utilizing six wheels on an articulated chassis with a flexible drivetrain. All told, it’d measure some 16 feet if ushered into production, and it’s quite possibly the best beach vehicle next to the dune buggy.
The exterior design uses angular shapes and an industrial look, interpreted for the Mercedes-Benz brand.