Great Wall has created a new subbrand Ora for electric vehiclesJanuary 18, 2018
According to the declassified appearance of the first electric vehicle Ora, it can be seen that it is designed for the mass market and does not pretend to be a premium segment.
The Chinese automobile concern Great Wall has another subbrand that will unite under its wing new models of electric vehicles. Its name is Ora. The presentation of the new subbrand will take place at the Beijing Automobile Salon, where they will present simultaneously the first model – Ora iQ5. This is reported by the publication CarNewsChina, publishing and photos of the novelty.
Despite the fact that the new representatives of the automotive industry decided to start with the concepts, the first-born of the subbrand Ora in the photos looks like a serial model. iQ5 is a lift with increased clearance. With a wheelbase length of 2,615 millimeters it can be attributed to the European C-class. The length of the body is 4445 mm, width – 1735 mm, and height – 1567 mm. Even with heavy batteries, the weight of the car is 1395 kilograms.
It is reported that the power plant consists of a single electric motor with a capacity of 160 horsepower. It allows you to accelerate an electric vehicle to a top speed of 150 km / h, which is most likely limited to electronics. Information about the stock of the course is not provided.
More details about the electric liftback Ora iQ5 will become known during the premiere in Beijing in April this year.