The Chinese company built an electric car with a power reserve of 700 kilometres

The Chinese company built an electric car with a power reserve of 700 kilometres

January 11, 2018 1 By autotimesnews

A new Chinese electric car manufacturer LvChi at a special event in Shanghai introduced a conceptual four-doors coupé called Urano. The novelty, the commercial version of which will appear in mid-2019, will be able to pass on one charge up to 690 kilometers.

LvChi Urano is equipped with two electric motors, the total power of which is 707 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque. The claimed acceleration time to 100 km/h is 3.5 seconds. The electric car can be charged both from wireless charging, and from ultra-fast charging stations.

The coupé features a face recognition and voice recognition module, a digital instrument panel, a 12.3-inch display for controlling the basic functions of the car and a multimedia system with a widescreen that occupies virtually the entire front panel.

LvChi’s main office is in Shanghai, and the design studio of the brand is based in Italy. It is planned that by the middle of 2019 the plant, which is being built in Changchun, China, will produce up to 50 thousand electric cars a year.

In total, by 2021 the company intends to produce eight models: a serial version of Urano, a premium sedan, two crossover cars, a minivan, a mid-size sedan and two city cars.

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