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First teaser image of Neta L revealed: Positioned as large five-seat SUV

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First teaser image of Neta L revealed: Positioned as large five-seat SUV

@Hozon Auto released the first preview image of its new model – Neta L this afternoon. It can be seen from the picture that the car will be an SUV model. It can also be seen from the silhouette of the “family of three” characters on the roof. The publicity and release of the car before and after its official debut is expected to focus on “family use”.

However, before this warm-up, the “official spy photos” of this new car have been released by Neta Auto CEO Zhang Yong. The car is built on Neta’s “Shanhai” platform and is a pure electric five-seat SUV. Judging from the pictures, the overall outline of the car tends to be tough, with straight side lines and a relatively large spoiler at the rear.

According to the news from car bloggers such as @李冰若liberty @德鲁爱车, this car is expected to use Fudi’s 72-degree battery pack and CRRC’s 170kW motor, but the price and other configuration information are currently unknown. In addition, judging from the interior spy photos of the car, the new car will be equipped with a dual screen composed of a central control screen + a passenger entertainment screen, which looks quite eye-catching in the entire cockpit.

According to previous reports, Jiang Feng, vice president of Hozon Auto, said at the 2023 Hozon Auto new product launch conference held in October that Hozon Auto will fully transform from an automobile manufacturing enterprise to a global high-tech technology company in 2026. The focus has shifted from manufacturing to technology services to achieve the sales target of one million vehicles in the global market.

In October this year, Hozon Automobile released the “Yunhe” pure electric vehicle platform and the Neta X model based on this platform. Jiang Feng said that the “Yunhe” platform covers A0-Class and B-class models, ranging from sedans, SUVs to MPVs, to meet a variety of power needs. The platform component commonality rate is 80%, and the new car development cycle is shortened by 8 months.