Mercedes-Benz offered a glimpse today into what its future will look like. The Germany automaker A concept for the Vision AMG, a sports EV that will be launched under its high-performance brand AMG. The low-lying, four-door coupe has a long wheelbase, silver paint and teal accents, bearing an intentional resemblance to the Formula 1 cars driven by the . Most strikingly, the side windows and rear glass of the Vision AMG are painted the same silver as the body of the car. Due to the hexagonal pattern of the design, drivers will still be able to see the road.
The Vision will be AMG’s first sports EV, joining the subsidiary’s other all-electric efforts, the EQE and the . Other than that, there’s still very little we know about what the Vision AMG will offer – the automaker didn’t reveal any performance details for the car in the . It did say the Vision AMG would be equipped with an Axial Flux Motor by which has partnered with Mercedes to develop electric motors for their EV lineup that are more compact and lightweight than traditional electric motors.
The automaker also didn’t reveal any details on pricing, but the goal is for the production version to be out in 2025. Last December, Mercedes-Benz upped its to a staggering which it’s planning to spend between 2022 and 2026. Just this week, the automaker announced it was partnering with battery materials company Sila Nanotechnologies to create a more energy-dense, silicon-anode battery for EVS. The company estimates that silicon-anode batteries offer 20 to 40 percent more capacity than the traditional lithium-ion found in most of today’s electric cars.
The Vision AMG will be one of the that Mercedes plans on launching in 2025, in addition to the MB.EA platform for medium and large vehicles and the Van.EA for light commercial vehicles. The automaker has stated its goal is to switch to an by 2030. Mercedes-AMG also released a promotional video (also with virtually no technical details) for the Vision AMG, which you can watch below.
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