Mercedes-Benz has announced the world’s longest-range electric carOctober 7, 2020
Mercedes-Benz Corporation announced that it will soon present the results of work on the EQXX project. This information was shared by the Carscoops agency.
According to the developers, the projected electric car will be able to get from Beijing to Shanghai on a single charge, the distance between which is more than 1200 km. At the moment there are only two teasers of the Mercedes-Benz EQXX, from which it is clear that the electric car will acquire a sleek coupe body. The creators note that a large power reserve will be achieved not due to a capacious battery, but due to the high energy efficiency of the car.
The plans to develop the longest-range electric car in the world were announced by the head of the research department of Mercedes-Benz, Markus Schafer. As he emphasized, the new generation technologies that will be used on the EQXX will in the future be used on the serial electric vehicles of the German corporation. But the EQXX itself will be only a concept and will not go into the “series”.
The powertrain for the EQXX is being jointly developed by German specialists and employees of the British division of AMG High Performance Powertrain. As for the exact date of the premiere of the Mercedes-Benz EQXX, it is currently not disclosed.
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