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.”
Photographs launched this week point out that the EQXX will probably be a full-electric car with a coupe-styled sedan configuration, recalling the CLS first launched in 2004. If it enters collection 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 mentioned 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 mentioned, and would be the centrepiece of the model’s stand at CES in Las Vegas from Jan. 5-8.