Introduced the all-electric Lister SUV-E conceptNovember 5, 2019
The new SUV will be equipped with a powerful engine and get better dynamics by reducing weight.
On the eve of the company Lister introduced the electric concept car SUV-E Concept. This model will be a modified version of the Jaguar I-Pace. The front bumper is completely made of carbon fiber, and its shape allows the car to achieve better aerodynamics. In addition, to reduce weight, lightweight materials were used to make the spoiler, hood and rear bumper. It is still unknown whether this will be preserved for the serial version, but at the moment the concept weight is 100 kg less than that of I-Pace.
Significant changes have also occurred in the interior of the car – the interior will receive individual leather trim. A choice of 60 different skin colors and 200 skin colors. The body color of the concept is made in the emerald color classic for the company with yellow accents. However, customers will be able to choose any body color they like. Also on the back of the car is a nameplate indicating the 65th anniversary of the brand.
The company did not disclose information about technical details, however, according to information, the new product will have increased power.
At the same time, it is planned to do this by updating the software, which will allow for additional power and torque. The operation of the electric motor will be provided by batteries with a capacity of 90 kWh. The estimated acceleration time to 100 km / h will be only 4 seconds. According to preliminary data, the car is estimated at 125 thousand pounds. At the first stage, we are talking about a small batch – its expansion is planned in case of successful sales.
Previously, scientists came up with a way to charge an electric car in 10 minutes. To do this, it is necessary to properly heat the battery.
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