Hongqi E115 revealed without camouflageMay 25, 2020
Hongqi, China’s premium car maker, is getting closer to the debut of the luxury E115. Now you can see the body without camouflage.
Hongqi E115 more than once fell into the lenses of cameras of spyware, but some elements were hidden from prying eyes. On Monday, May 25, a fresh batch of photos appeared on the Web, in which the novelty appears in all its glory. Recall that the car looks a lot like Rolls-Royce Cullinan. This is explained by the fact that the current chief designer of the brand previously worked in the British Rolls-Royce. The prototype of the car was presented last fall during the Frankfurt Motor Show. Note that the serial version received most of its features from the concept.
Of the differences, we note the appearance of standard rear-view mirrors instead of video cameras, as well as the presence of retractable handles. In the front of the car, it is worth highlighting a very massive grille with wide vertical chrome stripes, as well as a two-row design of the head optics. The Hongqi E115 interior is very luxurious and meets all the requirements for luxury cars. It is worth mentioning the highest quality materials, including natural wood and premium leather.
In terms of technology, we highlight the digital dashboard and the advanced infotainment system, which are under a common visor. The classic gearshift lever has been replaced by an electronic selector.
The length of the car reached 5,160 mm with a wheelbase of 3,250 mm. Most likely, the car will receive two modifications – gasoline and electric. As a classic power plant, a 3.0-liter V6 engine with 272 hp will be used. And the electric version can go from the prototype – in this case, it takes only 4 seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h, and the range will reach 600 km without recharging. It is expected that car sales will start this fall.
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