Voyah Automobile announced today that its first electric hybrid sedan, Voyah Chasing Light PHEV – Zhiwen CEO, will be launched soon.
According to reports, the width of this model reaches 1970mm, which is known as “the second widest hybrid car in the world”.
Referring to the application information previously reported, Lantu Zhuiguang PHEV is positioned as a business executive vehicle and is expected to be launched in the third quarter. It will be equipped with a 43kWh ternary lithium battery, CLTC pure electric range of 262km, and a comprehensive cruising range of 1227km.
In terms of appearance, Lantu Chasing Light PHEV is different from its pure electric model. It adopts a more conventional front grille design, and the inside of the grille adopts a dot matrix design in a diffuse shape, making the front of the car more visually attractive. At the same time Aerodynamic efficiency is also improved.
In terms of body size, this model has a length, width and height of 5088/1970/1515mm respectively, a wheelbase of 3000mm, and is equipped with two-color multi-spoke wheels.
In terms of interior, the new car adopts a black and brown design, combined with chrome decorative elements; the center console has straight lines, complementing the suspended central control screen and LCD instrument; it will also be equipped with CDC + air suspension; second row seats The chair will provide leg rests; the rear seats integrate electric adjustment, ventilation, heating and massage functions.
In other aspects, Lantu Zhuguang PHEV uses front and rear dual electric motors (130 + 160 kW) + 1.5T hybrid special engine (100 kW), with a combined maximum power of 390kW and a peak torque of 790 Nm.
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