Mercedes Vision EQS

This is how Mercedes imagines the mobile future.

With regard to drive technology, the Vision EQS relies on a battery-powered 4-wheel drive for the time being. In this case, an electric motor is used per axle, whose respective power can be distributed depending on the requirements. The batteries are installed between the axles in the vehicle floor, which should lead to a low center of gravity along with correspondingly stable driving behavior.

The Vision EQS is capable of highly automated level 3 driving in certain applications, such as long highway driving. This means that the vehicle drives independently and the driver may even turn away from traffic for a while. Mercedes wants to have the system developed so that it could be extended to fully automated driving to Level 5. The driver would only passenger.
With more than 350 kilowatts of power and a torque of around 760 Newton meters, the Vision EQS is expected to accelerate from zero to 100 kilometers per hour in less than 4.5 seconds and reach a top speed of more than 300 kilometers per hour. The range indicates Mercedes with up to 700 kilometers to WLTP.

The battery has a capacity of 100 kilowatt hours and could theoretically be charged at a charging power of 350 kilowatts within only 20 minutes to 80 percent. Corresponding charging stations, however, still have to be created.

Via: t3n
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