Five-meter Chinese Venere will travel 652 kilometers on one chargeMarch 7, 2018
The Chinese company LVCHI presented a prototype of an electric sedan called Venere at the Geneva Motor Show. The firm claims that the maximum cruising range of the concept car is 652 kilometers.
The overall length of Venere is 5150 millimeters, the width is 2120 millimeters, the height is 1418 millimeters, and the wheelbase is 3040 millimeters. The Chinese prototype is shorter, wider and lower than the long-wheelbase version of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
The concept car was equipped with four electric motors: two for each of the axles. Their capacity is 1005 horsepower and 1540 Nm of torque. From place to 100 km/h Venere accelerates in 2.5 seconds. The maximum speed is 286 kilometers per hour.
Electric motor LVCHI is powered by a block of lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 100 kilowatt-hours.
At the heart of the prototype is the carbon chassis, reinforced with aluminum components in the front and rear parts. The weight of the concept car is 2100 kilograms.
The list of Venere equipment includes, for example, front and rear doors opening in opposite directions, cameras instead of side mirrors, Brembo brakes, Pirelli P Zero tires, wheel-stayed touchscreens that can turn on the turn signals, as well as several screens on the center console and digital instrumentation panel.
At the beginning of this year, LVCHI introduced a prototype Urano. It was equipped with a 707-strong power unit and drove a charge of 690 kilometers.