Introduced as of January 3, the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX has a 117-cell solar panel placed on the roof. The electronic components of the vehicle will run on solar energy.
Mercedes Benz continues to introduce and launch its electric vehicles with the aim of completing the electric transformation by 2030. The automobile brand introduced the new electric car model Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX at the world’s largest technology fair CES.
This vehicle is described as the most efficient vehicle ever produced by Mercedes Benz. It is seen as an important step forward for Mercedes electric car strategy and efficient battery technologies.
Mercedes-Benz shines a light on sustainable long-distance electric transportation with advanced digital technologies, advanced design and intuitive operation.
The project transformed from a blank paper into a completed tool in just 18 months; It has been completed outside of Stuttgart, with cooperation from Formula 1 and start-ups, partners and institutions around the world.
The vehicle of the automobile brand, which is after completing the electric transformation by 2030, has a very ambitious range of 1000 kilometers.
Thanks to this feature, the title of the vehicle with the longest range after the Lucid Air Dream Edition with a range of 850 kilometers has passed to the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX.
The weight of the car is 1750 kilograms. Its battery is 50 percent smaller than the battery module in the EQS model.
Instead of increasing the battery size, the Mercedes-Benz and HPP team developed a completely new battery and achieved an extraordinary energy density of close to 400 Wh/lt. This advanced solution offers the possibility to fit a battery with a usable energy level of 100 kWh into the compact dimensions of the VISION EQXX.
How Does It Go That Distance?
Whether you think the EQXX’s aesthetic is hot or not, it was sculpted to slice through the air using as little effort as possible. With a drag coefficient of just .17, it will be one of the most aerodynamic road-going automobiles that the world has ever seen. (Mercedes’ EQS currently holds that spot with a drag coefficient of just .20.)