Mercedes Vision EQXX: 1.000 Km reach for single-digit kWh consumption

Mercedes Vision EQXX: 1.000 Km reach for single-digit kWh consumption-eqxx

Mercedes-Benz sets the course for a fully electric future: until the end of the decade, the brand will be ready to become fully electric – wherever it allows the market conditions to become. Already in the coming year, the brand wool with the star with an electric car, which has a real range of more than 1.000 kilometers and a single-digit consumption value for kilowatt hours per 100 kilometers at normal speed reached on the highway.

The vehicle is currently under the project name VISION EQXX. If Mercedes actually succeed in achieving targeted goal of a single-digit consumption value for kilowatt hours per 100 kilometers at normal speed on the highway would correspond to a range of over 6 miles per kilowatt hour. Like the Stuttgart brand reports, make an interdisciplinary team, including experts from Mercedes-Benz F1 High Performance Powertrain (HPP), great progress in this project. The world premiere is planned for the year 2022. The technological advances from the Vision EQXX should be transferred to the new vehicle architectures of Mercedes-Benz.

“Electromobility wins ride – especially in the luxury segment where Mercedes-Benz is home. The turning point is approaching, and we will be ready if the markets turn fully on electric cars until the end of the decade.”- Ola Kallenius, CEO of Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz AG

How serious Es Mercedes-Benz says the advancement in terms of e-mobility will be apparent if one considers that the company significantly increases investments in research and development. In total, more than 40 billion euros for investment in battery electric vehicles are provided between 2022 and 2030. The faster expansion of the offer to convincing electric vehicles will speed up the breakthrough of electromobility.

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5 thoughts on “Mercedes Vision EQXX: 1.000 Km reach for single-digit kWh consumption”

  1. Not untypical that the first comment was from a pea counter, we are just in Mecker and Preventing Germany. So I’m first to respond to the contribution.

    I also think that many efficiencies can be lifted. In this respect, one wonders why suppliers come with whimsical proposals such as a CVT for electric cars instead of contributing with intelligent engine controls, new direct drives or highly efficient air conditioning systems for occupants and battery in such lighthouse projects. But what does “normal speed” mean on the highway? Is 120 km / h, 130 km / h, 140 km / h? That should be defined in more detail so that you know more concrete the hurdle.

    In any case, it seems clear that the aerodynamics play a relevant role and the CW value alone can not save everything. The end face must be smaller. Since you are currently loving it to build up and wide, you would have to initiate a paradigm change.

    However, the assessment is that the change in the luxury class takes place properly ride. The Tacyan is highly in demand, the EQS will certainly go extremely well and it was obviously preferred the EQG.

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  2. We will be ready if the markets will completely change to electric cars until the end of the decade.

    Well, let’s hope you are just as ready if the markets have something hurried. My forecast: No combustion sales more from 2025 at the latest.

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  3. Lighter and wind-cutting, with lower and not too wide (because of the cross-sectional area) as well as lightweight tires and it verine air and rolling resistance and thus the kWh consumption at 100 km.

    With high, wide and heavy SUVs on tires in “truck format” is No single-digit kWh consumption Possible at 100 km – from this “upgrade madness” we should finally say goodbye.

    With light, windcut, low, not too wide and lightweight tires we need only half of green electricity for the e-cars. And with Tempo 120 km / h on highways Let’s show unity in Europe.

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  4. The smart roadster in modern and electrical?
    Would be big enough and would have a coolness factor next to the whole SUV tanks of the German tank builders, who probably will reward the drive sooner or later the first neighborhoods!

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