Analyzing the Mercedes-Benz EQXX revolutionary concept

09 May 2022
We take a close look at how Mercedes-Benz was able to achieve 1,008km of range in the EQXX concept car.

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  • Anonymous

here is simple thoughts ... why forcing electric while ice still much cheaper ??? and advertises in the name of environmental friendly ... while the things are not publicly announced are ... harvesting enormous exotic materials for higher profits ... and stopping the sell of fossil fuels and more affordable ice vehicles

  • zz

MB also claimed a record cx for the cla, a proven scam... Hords of audis and bmws, even alfas, can't support low drag claims with their top speeds. One of the very few cars with low drag appears to be the last Octavia model (besides Tesla 3, Prius, Ioniq, which can't be verified, having a top speed limiter).
Even if true, it's useless if it can't really be bought.

  • Anonymous

A tank with liquid fuel gets lighter with fuel consumption, reducing the fuel consumption to the end of the trip because the car get lighter. Because batteries weigh the same during the trip the efficiency is constant and bad, at the end of the trip you carry a dead horse, dead batteries. The same bad efficiency when you recharge only 20-30%, the rest of 70% battery weight proportion is a dead horse in your car you carry all the time. Scam in marketing, it does not work. Electrical engines are far superior to internal combustion engines but fuel tanks are far superior to electrical batteries.

  • Anonymous

Again, 500kg wasted on storing energy, an IC engine with large fuel tank fully filled weighs around tenth of that.

Anonymous, 23 Aug 2022The long-range tesla has 600km of autonomy, the MB has an average 1,000km And the weight of... moreTBH, since then I was able to get a lot of more information about EQXX and I changed my opinion to a big fan of EQXX.
It is mighty impressive when it comes to efficiency and drag.

  • Anonymous

Fearghast, 11 May 2022TBH, 1 755 kg is pretty hefty considering the size and material used to manufacturer this vehi... moreThe long-range tesla has 600km of autonomy, the MB has an average 1,000km

And the weight of the long range is 1786Kg, so it's not too far

  • Anonymous

just another supercar concept. all those super-efficient car concepts coming close to cumbustion engine vehicles in terms of range are super flat. what about a family car with a lot of space in it? is that possible? i don't want to drive a formula 1 car in my every-day life!

TBH, 1 755 kg is pretty hefty considering the size and material used to manufacturer this vehicle.
Tesla model 3 is around 1600 kg with glass roof, without anything carbon made etc.
Sure, it has a much smaller battery ... wait they use new batteries in some new models, so it's maybe even slightly lighter ... but overall, when you consider what Tesla is capable of on """"economy"""" EV Model 3 Long range, Mercedes does not look all that revolutionary.

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