The Mercedes EQC cutaway model is the coolest thing you'll see today
This is not a photoshopped image
Usually we see the inside of a car via highly photoshopped images. Mercedes though have built an EQC cutaway model which makes electric mobility ''transparent''.
Mercedes asked 40 trainees to built a see-through model of the EQC so that people can see the innards of the EV.It took the trainees 36 hours to cut the body panels and 3 trainees used 8 grinding discs to cut 5 apertures in the bodywork. The sharp edges were smoothened the rough edges with 23 woven abrasive belts.
After that they installed 15 meters of LEDs to highlight the battery. Moreover, 50 metres of wiring was installed to power the LEDs. At the rear end of the car, it took 21 hours to turn 3 light bands into one.
What's more, the rear camera 10 hours to be put into place and some more gruelling hours to finish up the extremely detailed interior.
The team of trainees used to have an online video conference everyday for around 20 minutes. In total, the team did 650 minutes of conferencing to finish this extraordinary concept.
Kudos to the Merc team for finishing such a brilliant cutaway model.