Mercedes-Benz reveals a new super-efficient concept in electric cars, the Vision EQXX, which can cover a distance of over 1.200 km with a single charge.
In the latest update from Daimler Group on the company's progress and plans, the famous car manufacturer presented a new technical program to develop "an electric car with longer distances and higher efficiency".
Mercedes-Benz head of research and development Markus Schafer commented:
"We have created a team of engineers to undertake an excellent project: to build the electrical car longer distances and higher performance that the world has ever seen. This is a serious project, which will use the technologies of the next generation. We intend to integrate the knowledge we will receive from this project into the next generation of production cars. "
The company took care to publish relevant photos for the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX while maintaining the necessary mystery around the project.
This incredible distance will be achieved through improvements in the efficiency of electric cars and not just by adding a larger battery.
Daimler notes that the program will be used to test new technologies to improve the efficiency of electric vehicles vehicles and then use these technologies in production cars.
While the Vision EQXX is a technology project, it is expected to lead to innovations that will quickly be used in production cars.
The automaker said the Mercedes-Benz F1 HPP group in the UK was also working on the project, stating:
"Mercedes-Benz has announced the next exciting step in the development of electric vehicles today, with the Vision EQXX technology program. The goal is to build an electric vehicle with impressive performance. Mercedes-Benz has commissioned its engineers to exceed the limits of electrical efficiency and range, with an interoperable, interdisciplinary team based in Stuttgart, backed by experts from the Mercedes-Benz F1 HPP group in the UK, who have the experience of motor sports and the speed of youth development technologies required in that industry. "
The company has not yet revealed when it intends to present the electric prototype Vision EQXX.