Mercedes-Benz unveils VISION EQXX prototype with over 620 mile range, impressive drag coefficient, and a solar roof
German automaker Mercedes-Benz has introduced a new prototype that represents the future possibilities in EV range and efficiency. The Mercedes-Benz VISION EQXX features an ultra-efficient electric drivetrain, lightweight engineering and is styled with sustainable materials. While the EQXX remains a prototype, its initial specs are staggering, offering a wealth of optimism for future EVs from Mercedes.Expand Expanding Close
Mercedes-Benz is launching today two new all-wheel-drive versions of the EQA electric crossover, which was one of the most requested updates to the newly unveiled vehicles.Expand Expanding Close
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the production version of the EQA, a new electric SUV that is adding to the German automaker’s EQ electric lineup.
The first version of the EV offers 265 miles of range (WLTP) and starts at around $46,000 price.Expand Expanding Close
Mercedes-Benz has released new images of a less camouflaged EQA electric crossover prototype ahead of the launch of the production version.
The production version is now not expected until 2021.Expand Expanding Close
We get our best look at the new Mercedes Benz EQA electric car as two prototypes are spotted ahead of the launch.
At the launch of the new GLA, Mercedes-Benz released a new teaser image of the EQA, which was supposed t be a small electric hatchback, and announced that it will be based on the new GLA and therefore, more of a crossover.
Mercedes-Benz is trying to bring its EQC all-electric SUV to market as soon as next year, but it also has a series of new all-electric vehicles that it plans to bring to market shortly after.
One of those vehicles is the EQA, an all-electric compact car, and Mercedes brought it to Italy last week.
Mercedes-Benz announced today a new €500 million (~$589 million USD) investment into its Hambach plant in France in order to produce a new ‘compact electric car’ at the factory.
The plant currently manufactures smart cars for Daimler, which are going all-electric, but the new investment is for a new Mercedes-Benz compact EV.