The Vision EQXX is all about efficiency.
Despite a battery under 100 kilowatt-hours, Mercedes believes the EQXX will be able to drive for 1,000 kilometers between charges.
And to put this research to the test, Mercedes-Benz will attempt to drive the car that far on a single charge later this year.
The interior is pretty muted for a concept car, except for that screen, which is a single unit that spans from A-pillar to A-pillar.
Best of all, many of the technologies seen in the EQXX will soon help improve the automaker's production-car fleet.
By Mercedes' own measurements, the Vision EQXX offers a seriously impressive drag coefficient of just 0.17.
The rear track is 50 millimeters (nearly 2 inches) narrower than the front.
Mercedes teamed up with Bridgestone to develop a 20-inch tire to wrap around the EQXX's forged magnesium wheels.
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