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BYD’s supercar model Yangwang U9 interior reveal: swooping instrument panel

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BYD’s supercar model Yangwang U9 interior reveal: swooping instrument panel

Yangwang Auto, a million-dollar luxury brand owned by BYD, has just announced the cockpit layout of the pure electric supercar Yangwang U9, and introduced the detailed design and some configurations.

The interior of the car uses a large area of carbon fiber decoration and full suede covering. A symmetrical layout of “left and right mirror” is formed between the driver and passenger: a screen is equipped on both sides, and the central control consists of a vertical central control screen and an instrument screen. , co-pilot entertainment screen.

Officials call the interior of the new car a combination of a “double-circling star ring cockpit” and a “dive-type instrument panel.” The entire instrument panel adopts a low-lying shape, and officials say it feels like flying close to the ground. At the same time, the car is equipped with surround ambient lighting, Galaxy smart screen and multi-functional integrated sports seats. The seats support 8-way electric adjustment and provide shoulder, backrest side wings and lumbar support.

According to previous reports, BYD’s Yangwang supercar platform made its debut during the Guangzhou Auto Show. The platform can achieve a vehicle horsepower of over 1,300 horsepower, an instantaneous maximum lateral acceleration of 1.7g, an understeer linear zone of 0.72g, and an accelerated pitch gradient. It is reduced by 33%, the braking pitch gradient is reduced by 20%, the steady-state roll gradient is reduced by 17%, the center of mass height can be reduced to 393mm, and the vehicle ground clearance can be increased to a maximum of 145mm.

The U9 adopts the “Gateway of Time and Space” design language and is positioned as a million-level pure electric performance supercar. The entire vehicle is equipped with the Yi Sifang power system, and the acceleration from zero to zero reaches 2 seconds.