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Mercedes-Benz: The new “ultra-efficient” electric car will have an autonomy of more than 1,000 km

In the near future, electric cars will have an autonomy that will free us from the anxiety caused by current vehicles. Having a range of over a thousand kilometers is really something not found in any car we have on the road today. Thus, Mercedes-Benz will soon receive a new “ultra-efficient” electric car. According to the brand, this will allow more than a thousand kilometers of autonomy.

The German manufacturer plans to use the car to test new technologies that improve the efficiency of its electric cars. Presentation date has now been set.

Earlier this year, Mercedes-Benz announced an updated electrification plan that included reaching 100% electric production by 2030. The company revealed that it has several new programs to help achieve this goal. In fact, during the middle of the year there was more information about the ambitious plans, as we know.

Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX

As announced, one of the German company's trump cards is the Mercedes-Benz VISION EQXX, a 100% new, ultra-efficient electric vehicle. It was first shown last year, at the time Mercedes was aiming for a range of more than 1,200 kilometres.

Earlier this year, Mercedes-Benz updated the news saying it would have an autonomy of more than 1,000 km in real driving.

As you know, we've been working for some time to translate our strategic ambition of "leading electric driving" into a car: Now the VISION EQXX will be the most efficient electric vehicle we've ever built, with a real range of over 1,000 km. I am excited to meet the public very soon - January 3, 2022.

That's why we set a more than ambitious goal with the VISION EQXX: we want to develop a compact electric vehicle that can travel 1,000 kilometers at a time on a single battery charge in real road conditions, with a consumption value of one kilowatt-hour per 100 kilometers at normal highway speeds.

he wrote Marcus Schaeffer, Chief Operating Officer of Mercedes-Benz.

Concept image of the new 100% electric car from Mercedes

Schaefer said the new car will be equipped with battery cells with a 2% higher energy density than the EQS range.

While still just a vehicle in the design phase, it does show that some of this model's technology will find its way into the new electric vehicle platforms that will power Mercedes-Benz electric cars in the future.

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