The car traveled a total of 1,008 kilometers from the research center in Sindelfingen in southern Germany to Cassis on the French Riviera, Mercedes-Benz said. The car took just under 12 hours to complete the trip and will still have 140km of range on arrival. According to the manufacturer, the car also drove for a long time at speeds of up to 140 km / h on the German highway.
The Vision EQXX concept car has technology that could appear in consumer cars around 2024. For example, the car is equipped with an aerodynamic look and made of lighter materials. The EQXX also has improved braking energy recovery, a lighter battery, rooftop solar panels for power systems and a low-power drive system.
“Several innovative developments are already being incorporated into production, some of them in the next generation of modular engineering for Mercedes-Benz small and medium-sized cars,” says Markus Schaefer, Head of Research and Development at Mercedes-Benz.
The car’s consumption was 8.7 kWh per 100 km. This made the car at least twice as efficient as current models.
The electric S-Class EQS, the current top-of-the-line electric model from Mercedes-Benz with a value of over €100,000, on paper consumes between 16 and 17 kWh per 100 kilometres. In real conditions, this is often more. Range 780 km according to the WLTP standard.
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