Vanderhall unveils Navarro electric SUV in teaserSeptember 16, 2020
Electric tricycle maker Vanderhall has unveiled a video teaser for its new Navarro electric SUV. So far, there is no data on how much power the new product has, as well as how much it can travel on a fully charged battery.
Like every other vehicle Vanderhall has ever made, the new Navarro SUV has an all-electric powertrain. We are not yet told about the technical specifications of the electric motor – its power and range, but we know that another model of the company called Edison uses two electric motors to drive the front wheels. Its 28.8-kilowatt battery provides an estimated range of 321.87 km and an acceleration time to 100 km / h in 4.4 seconds.
We assume that the new Navarro will have a different performance. First, it will have a significantly greater mass.
And while the teaser video doesn’t give us a clear idea of the Navarro’s front end, we seriously doubt that such an SUV will only have front-wheel drive.
Unfortunately, the teaser contains very little information beyond what we see in the video. The Navarro seems to have a fixed roof, or at least a roof that is more securely fixed than the “top” covers offered on other models by the company. It also has doors. We can’t tell if there are extra seats in the back or if it’s just a cargo hold for carrying luggage. The SUV is fitted with off-road tires, and judging by the way it bounces towards the end of the teaser video, it looks like it has a soft suspension with a lot of travel.
The newest car should be presented next year, and go on sale as an SUV for the 2022 model year.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Renault will release two electric SUV. Renault plans to replenish its lineup with two electric crosses, which should help the corporation get out of losses (in the first half of 2020, they exceeded 7 billion euros).
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