Weltmeister Maven futuristic electric sedan debuts in Beijing

Weltmeister Maven futuristic electric sedan debuts in Beijing

October 1, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Weltmeister, a young Chinese startup, surprised visitors at the Beijing Motor Show with an electric sedan concept with stunning aerodynamics and memorable looks.

We got acquainted with the appearance of the new electric car back in April, when the new product from Weltmeister appeared on patent images.

In these pictures, by the way, the electric sedan looked very nondescript. Another thing is the show car, which was presented at the Beijing Motor Show. The Weltmeister Maven is a stylish four-door sedan that does not interfere with its eye-catching looks.

The electric car boasts excellent aerodynamics, and the drag coefficient of the presented concept reaches 0.23.

Instead of the traditional door handles, they are concealed and the rear doors open against the movement. They are also called “suicidal” – a favorite move of automakers who want to draw public attention to their next concept car. So, for example, another debutant of the auto show in Beijing received “swing” doors – this is the Great Wall Chaopai sedan.

The futuristic line is also evident in the interior design. The place of the traditional rudder here is taken by a structure that goes to the steering wheel of the aircraft. In general, the interior is spacious and comfortable.

Among the options for Weltmeister Maven, which will support 5G technology, the third level autopilot and automatic valet are announced. The technical details are still kept secret. Local media managed to find out only the expected power reserve of the novelty – 800 kilometers. The production of the electric car may begin as early as next year. However, this is only preliminary information so far.

Earlier, our portal talked about another interesting premiere of the Beijing Motor Show – the flagship sedan Geely Preface of 2021. In the home market, this model is known as Xing Rui. The new Preface received a compact modular architecture (CMA), which helped improve the model.