The long trip was made with a sealed charging socket and accompanied by an independent expert from TÜV Süd. Overall, the EQXX sprinted for exactly 1,008 kilometers, with the team requiring a pure driving time of 11 hours 32 minutes, and the average speed was 87.4 km/h.
“With the successful road trip to the south of France, we have shown that efficiency is the new currency. The success also speaks clearly of the new collaborative development process, in which a lot of knowledge has flowed from the Mercedes-AMG F1 Team and its pioneering knowledge in the field of electric motors. The Vision EQXX is the result of a comprehensive technical program that provides a blueprint for the future of automotive engineering. Several innovative developments are already being incorporated into production, some also in the next generation of the modular architecture of Mercedes-Benz compact and mid-size vehicles.. And the journey continues. With Vision EQXX, we will continue to explore the limits of what is possible.” says Markus Schaefer, Mercedes-Benz Group AG Board Member, Chief Technology Officer.
“Total coffee aficionado. Travel buff. Music ninja. Bacon nerd. Beeraholic.”