Future Of Electric Cars: Mercedes-Benz EQS Aims To Revolutionize The Automotive Industry
In the not-so-distant future, our cars will be all electric. And that’s good news for everyone as it will solve a lot of problems with the current automotive industry. We’ll no longer have to deal with high maintenance costs, toxic emissions and complex engine designs that can only handle a certain number of vehicles. But the transition from combustion engines to electric ones is going to be a long one and companies are starting to see it as well. There are several challenges that need to be addressed before we can move on from traditional cars, but there are also solutions being developed by car manufacturers as well as startups working in this space. Let’s take a look at some of them so you can get a better idea of where we’re headed.
What is Mercedes-Benz EQS?
The EQS is a fully electric luxury sedan from Mercedes-Benz. The car was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in October 2017. The EQS has been designed to provide a seamless transition for customers from conventional cars to fully-electric vehicles. The car is powered by a battery system with an autonomous, all-electric drivetrain. Mercedes-Benz has a partnership with Tesla and the EQS is powered with their latest Autopilot suite. The EQS’s all-electric drivetrain has been designed to provide a smooth and comfortable ride. The car has been equipped with a comprehensive suite of autonomous driving features that are designed to make the transition to an all-electric car as seamless as possible.
What is the Charging time for Mercedes-Benz EQS
The EQS has a range of up to 315 miles per charge. That sounds pretty good, but it’s important to note that each charger can charge the car at a different rate. The EQS has a fast charging capacity of 100kW (150 miles of range in 30 minutes). This means that most public charging stations can charge the car. In the US, there are thousands of fast chargers and more are being built all the time.The car can also use public charging stations that offer Level 2 charging. The car’s battery will be charged at a rate of roughly 50 miles of range per hour. So, it takes roughly 8 hours to fully charge the car. Note that you can use the car’s onboard navigation system to find the nearest charging station.
Smell Test: How Does A Fully Electric Car Smell?
The answer to this question depends entirely on the manufacturer of your fully electric car. While most manufacturers are working hard on electric car smell-design, it’s still a work in progress. Tesla has a policy of not releasing the smell of their cars. If a Tesla user requests for the smell of their car, Tesla’s executives will write back to the users and tell them that they will never release the smell because it will be like a commercial product.Besides that, most of the manufacturers aren’t really concerned about the smell of their fully electric cars. Most of them are trying to create an environment that will make you forget about the smell. They are trying to make their cars smell like a regular car should smell like. But there are a few manufacturers who are really focusing on making their fully electric cars smell good.
What is the mileage for Mercedes-Benz EQS
The EPA-certified range of the Mercedes-Benz EQS is 310 miles. Now, that’s a pretty good range, but it’s still short of some cars on the market. The main reason for this short range is the low capacity battery. The car uses a pack with just 80 kWh of capacity.The car has been equipped with hardware that can provide multiple levels of autonomy. These include a level 1 autonomous mode and a level 2 autonomous mode. The level 2 autonomous mode is designed for highway driving and can maintain a cruising speed of 75mph. The car can also park itself, stop on its own and resume driving after being parked. Level 1 autonomy is designed for driving on highways where no lanes are controlled by fog. The car can only drive in one lane and it has the least amount of autonomy of the three modes.
The future of electric cars is very bright and that’s why car manufacturers are working hard to make the transition to electric cars as seamless as possible. There are several challenges that need to be addressed before we can move on from traditional cars, but there are also solutions being developed by car manufacturers as well as startups working in this space. Let’s take a look at some of them so you can get a better idea of where we’re headed.