Crossover Lynk & Co DC1E will receive a large power reserve

Crossover Lynk & Co DC1E will receive a large power reserve

August 4, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The Lynk & Co brand will soon release the Lynk & Co DC1E electric crossover.

As reported by Autohome, the model will be based on the PMA architecture. The novelty will be offered with rear and all-wheel drive, that is, with one and two electric motors.

The most interesting thing: DC1E will get a battery with a capacity of 100 kW / h and will be able to overcome on a single charge from 637 to 725 km in the NEDC cycle, depending on the selected variation.

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If the range is confirmed, the new model will outperform the Polestar 2 electric fastback (78 kWh, 470 km WLTP). In addition, the fact that Lynk & Co and Polestar belong to the same Geely concern suggests an overlap in equipment.

DC1E will be able to accelerate to a maximum of 180 km / h, accelerate to 100 km / h in 7.5 – 8.3 seconds with rear wheel drive and 4.5 – 5 seconds. with full. The curb weight of the novelty will be 1940 – 2340 kg, and the ground clearance is 180 mm.

The debut of the DC1E crossover will take place at the Beijing Auto Show, which will open its doors on September 26 this year.

In addition, it was recently noted that AddArmor has demonstrated the armored crossover Cadillac XT6. For such a car you will have to pay at least $ 86,000, while a simple cross-country variation costs from $ 28,000