Huawei starts selling Seres SF5 electric vehicles in its flagship stores in ChinaApril 20, 2021
The extended range electric SUV, enhanced with HUAWEI technology, has arrived at flagship stores across China.
Today, at the Shanghai International Auto Show, Huawei announced the launch of the Seres SF5 extended range electric vehicles in its flagship stores across China. Seres is the first automaker to join the 1 + 8 + N universal ecosystem of device interoperability.
“This news is very important for both the consumer electronics industry and the electric vehicle industry,” commented Richard Yu, head of Huawei Consumer Business Group. “In the future, we plan to offer our customers not only smart solutions for creating smart cars, but also sell them. through our retail network throughout China. “
Huawei has partnered with SERES to create a solution to extend the vehicle’s range. The Huawei DriveONE 3-in-1 system not only increases electric vehicle mileage, but also improves the performance of electric motors to the level of world-class models. Dubbed the Seres SF5, the SUV combines urban mode with a range of 180 km and an extended range mode with a range of over 1,000 km. The electric car has a lightweight aluminum chassis and four ball joints, double wishbone front suspension and multi-link rear suspension for faster acceleration, smoother ride and stability on the road. At the same time, Seres SF5 is capable of accelerating to 100 km / h in 4.68 s.
Huawei HiCar solutions allow users to switch between applications on their smartphone and the vehicle’s host computer, providing access to navigation, music and more at any time. So, using a smartphone, you can broadcast music through the car’s audio system. Voice control will also be an invaluable assistant. Huawei HiCar can connect the car to other smart devices in the IT giant’s universal ecosystem, allowing you to control your home climate system or smart screen right from the car.
The Seres SF5 features a surround sound audio system that consists of 11 speakers tuned by Huawei SOUND and acoustics experts. Combined with improved noise isolation, which keeps the cabin quiet at 38 dB, which is comparable to the silence in a library, the audio system guarantees high sound quality.
The Seres SF5 electric car has an emergency recharge mode that allows you to recharge the battery of another electric vehicle (V2V). It also allows its battery to be used as a source for external consumers (V2L) such as camping, induction cookers, stereos and other travel comfort equipment.
The Seres SF5 is equipped with sports front seats with ventilation, heating and massage functions. Intelligent seat customization makes getting in and out of the car more comfortable.
The updated Seres SF5 will be on sale in Huawei stores in China starting April 21. The price of the Seres SF5 electric car is 246,800 yuan (4WD) and 216,800 yuan (2WD), which is 2.87 million rubles and 2.52 million rubles at the current exchange rate.
Four body colors are available to customers: Deep Ocean Blue, Charcoal Black, Pearl White and Titanium Silver Gray. The interior is available in three finishes: Midnight Black, Garnet Red and Ivory White.
From April 21, 2021, visitors to Huawei’s flagship stores in China will be able to take advantage of the test drive service.
AutoTimesNews previously said that telecommunications service provider Huawei, known primarily as a smartphone maker, plans to build cars. Now, Huawei has officially announced its entry into the automotive market, though not alone. The manufacturer joins the Chinese colossi BAIC Group, Changan Automobile and Guangzhou Automobile (GAC) to manufacture its models.
Xu Zhijun (Eric Xu), head of Huawei, claims his company will invest $ 1 billion this year in research and development of electric and autonomous vehicles. According to Xu, Huawei has its own technology to make electric vehicles with a range of more than 1,000 kilometers.
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