Tuners from Lorinser remake electric London taxiOctober 3, 2020
Geely’s London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) has unveiled an all-electric LX at the Beijing Auto Show that stands out from most others. The original LEVC model is called TX. The car presented at the Beijing Motor Show was named LX.
The first thing that the specialists of the famous tuning studio Lorinser did was repaint the car using a stylish 2-color scheme. The bottom of the taxi was painted black, and the top was painted gold. In doing so, the car received many design improvements: a unique radiator grille with chrome trim, as well as a custom-made bumper with large air intakes.
The show car is shod with original silver-black wheels. A sports rear bumper flaunts at the rear of the car. The tuners have worked hard on the interior of the “green” taxi.
Whereas the standard LEVC TX has a simple three-spoke steering wheel, the Lorinser has a distinctive flat-bottomed steering wheel in black and orange leather. There is a carbon fiber insert at the top.
Bright orange accents are also found on the dashboard, seats and door cards.
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