Mercedes in January will present the EQXX, a “software-designed analysis prototype” that the automaker describes as “probably the most environment friendly car the model has ever constructed.”
Photos launched this week point out that the EQXX shall be a full-electric car with a coupe-styled sedan configuration, recalling the CLS first launched in 2004. If it enters sequence manufacturing the EV would increase Mercedes’ vary of EQ full-electric autos into one other subcategory.
Mercedes didn’t give technical particulars on the EQXX. It stated the prototype “contains advances throughout all components of its cutting-edge electrical drivetrain in addition to using light-weight engineering and sustainable supplies.”
It will likely be proven on Jan. 3 in an internet occasion, Mercedes stated, and would be the centerpiece of the model’s stand at CES in Las Vegas from Jan. 5-8.