The Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX is the brand's forthcoming concept that seeks to push the boundaries of range utilizing production-ready technology. According to the teaser photos, the EQXX is a low-slung sedan with soft curves, which makes sense given the efficiency aims. It's a huge car that seems to be at least as big as a Tesla Model S, if not somewhat longer.
The Vision EQXX, according to Mercedes, can go over 1,000 kilometers on a single charge. Mercedes wants to increase energy density by 20% over the EQS. The EQXX will supposedly travel more than 6 miles per kilowatt-hour of battery energy. Given the anticipated range and efficiency, some basic calculations indicate that the battery capacity might be approximately 104 kWh.
The business also hopes to attain a drag coefficient lower than 0.20, which is the EQS figure.
Mercedes has promised a demonstration next year to back up these claims. The machine is being created by a multidisciplinary team within the firm, with assistance from the Mercedes-AMG Formula One team's High-Performance Powertrain section.
Mercedes does not intend to bring the Vision EQXX into production. It does, however, want to apply these advances to future electric cars.