The world first electric vehicle traveling 620 miles on a single charge
Mercedes claims to have overtaken Tesla, introducing the Villi Electric concept car OQXX to travel 620 miles on a single charge.
The company unveiled the car at the CES show in Las Vegas, where the company claims that its new concept car can travel up to 620 miles on a single charge, almost three times the average range of electric cars and 200 miles more than Tesla’s Model S.
So far, Mercedes’ claim of an impressive 620 miles on a single charge is based on computer testing. According to the company, real driving tests will be conducted in the spring of 2022. If confirmed, it would be the world’s first electric vehicle to travel the longest on a single charge.
The car has a 50% bigger battery pack than the Mercedes EQS which weighs 30% less. The battery pack is made of magnesium and aluminum brakes, while glass fiber plastic is used instead of metal to make the suspension.