Mercedes-Benz celebrated AMG’s 55th birthday with a spectacular announcement of two special edition vehicles. One was a track-focused racer, while the other was simply a cosmetic makeover for their SUV.
We now have more information about the Vision EQXX as a follow-up to these announcements. The concept’s unique features are allegedly making their way into manufacturing.
The range is one of the capabilities of the sustainable saloon where it hopes to outperform the competitors. Mercedes-Benz will primarily compete against itself.
Because, for now, the majority of commercially available EVs have ranges of less than 300 miles. There are several exceptions, such as the Lucid Air and the EQS 2022.
Meanwhile, the 620-mile real-world range claimed by the Vision EQXX should be met. If it succeeds to reach the target number, it will be 167 miles ahead of the EQS.
In addition, the German manufacturer claims to have a functional prototype. It’ll be an all-electric version of the C-Class, according to chief designer Gordon Wagner.
The new motor and its unique lithium-ion battery are key contributors to its exceptional capabilities. The latter is coming from the Chinese company CATL.
Its power supply may be smaller and lighter than that seen in existing Mercedes-Benz electric vehicles, with a capacity of little under 100 kWh.
The Vision EQXX’s interior, in addition to its impressive mileage, is another intriguing feature. It should have an MBUX infotainment system that runs the length of the dashboard. Mercedes-Benz may make more changes before settling on the final specifications and design of the production vehicle.