The all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQG will be one of the most desirable SUVs on sale when it goes into production in 2024. Apart from luxury and a strong image, this battery-powered vehicle is set to become an innovative technological tour de force thanks to Sila company which has developed new materials for batteries that can last longer than current ones!
Mercedes-Benz is working with Sila to create cutting-edge battery technology that will increase the energy density of future EVs. The company has already shown off its ability by creating a 20 - 40% thicker anode material for smartphones, laptops, and other portable devices without sacrificing performance or safety standards!
The company is also working to produce its advanced silicon anode materials using renewable energy, which means they'll be able to achieve a higher level of sustainability. The EQG expects this technology by the middle decade and plans on implementing it in range-extender versions for both electric G-Class cars as well if available down the line!
Mercedes-Benz has announced that it will be investing in and working closely with the tech company Sila. This partnership is part of their aspirations to lead an electric vehicle market they believe can become even larger than traditional cars within ten years! "Our collaboration marks another important step towards realizing our vision," said Chief Technology Officer Markus Schafer during a press conference this week.
The EQ's polarizing exterior design may have been a turn-off for some, but it seems to be drawing in customers who want an eco-friendly ride. Mercedes CEO Ola Kallenius said that despite production being unable to keep up with demand because of various issues plaguing the auto industry - supply chain woes and chip shortages--the company can't sell them fast enough!
The EQG is about to make its way into the world and it will be a game-changer. Electric car manufacturers are recognizing how desirable this vehicle can really turn out, with some models already on sale in Europe! With the increased demand for clean air combined with an increasing number of buyers who want something other than traditional gasoline or diesel-powered cars - you'll bet your bottom dollar that these G-Wagons won't stay long at all when they hit Australian shores soon enough "With electromobility gaining momentum," I'm sure many people didn’t think much more was needed but here comes yet another option electricity theirs too.