It's not going for speed.
Mercedes-Benz recently drove the EQXX from Sindelfingen, Germany, to Cassis, a small town in the south of France.
The concept traveled 626.3 miles and still managed to arrive with about 15% charge remaining.
That's enough for another 80-mile side quest.
The car is not an average concept car, which is meant to display future styling cues and technology in a non-roadgoing vehicle.
Instead, the EQXX is the culmination of 18 months of intense engineering with one explicit goal: 1,000 kilometers on a single charge.
Its single electric motor puts out about 240 horsepower.
While you might think this trip was accomplished with a large battery, you'd be wrong.
The EQXX's 100-kWh battery isn't any larger than what's in the EQS.
Instead, the EQXX is all about maximizing efficiencies in aerodynamics and powertrain engineering.
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