Mercedes-Benz showed on video new EQA and EQSNovember 16, 2020
The German automaker has posted a short video showing the EQA and EQS electric vehicles and their test ranges.
The brand’s testing and technology center in Immendingen, Germany, is one of the most impressive that has ever existed. The site has 30 different sections, forming a total of 68 km of asphalt for vehicle testing. Most of the tracks recreate roads from all over the world so that Mercedes-Benz stays on its territory and does not pollute the environment without the need to take the car for final testing in other countries.
After the host of the video, Matt, has finished exploring the track, he goes to meet Jens ten Brink, a Mercedes-Benz test engineer and honorary track guide. First, they went to EQA, overcoming several interesting obstacles on the track. The host then returns to EQS.
It would be remiss not to mention that, in addition to providing an excellent test platform for its vehicles, the Immendingen facility is equally committed to the environment. This means that solar panels are scattered throughout the track, along with green meadows giving the animals the space they need to live. Brink made it clear that the German automaker wanted to give as much to nature as he took to build the plant.
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