Beijing Radiance concept unveiled at Beijing Auto ShowSeptember 29, 2020
The car received a very unusual appearance, an advanced autonomous driving system was also announced.
The Beijing Radiance electric car concept was presented at the Beijing Auto Show. Official photos from the event were shown on Monday 28 September. During the presentation, plans for the Beijing brand were also announced – by 2025, the brand should become one of the world’s leaders in the production of electric cars. However, during the presentation, no big words were said about competition with Tesla.
Note the laconic design of the car, which amazes with the smoothness of the lines and the frameless windows that are popular today among concept cars. In the front part, we note the headlights for the entire width of the car, as well as a stylish radiator grill. The doors received a swing version.
If we talk about technology, then the range without recharging should reach 800 km, and the car will also receive a fourth level autonomous driving system. In the salon, we see the design of Chinese furniture, as well as the presence of a virtual instrument panel inside the steering wheel.
Next to the Beijing Radiance is the Beijing X7 hybrid crossover.
The vehicle has dimensions of 4710x1892x1715 mm, and the distance between the axles is 2 800 mm. The total output of the power plant reaches 318 hp, and it takes only 7.2 seconds to set the first 100 km / h. Note that electricity alone can cover a path of 83 km. At the heart of the Beijing X7 is the BMFA platform, which can use classic internal combustion engines and hybrid motors.
Meanwhile, the impressive Voyah i-Free concept car was shown at the Beijing Auto Show. One of the features of the premium cross was its appearance – in all likelihood, it is very close to what we will see in the production version.
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