Because they represent the company, the words and deeds of the CEO and executives can even determine the likes and dislikes of consumers towards a certain brand, but in the end, the strength of the product itself must be spoken.
Recently, the interior of Zhiji’s new five-seat pure electric SUV model LS7 has been exposed. The car was first exhibited at the Shanghai Auto Show last year and is planned to be mass-produced this year.The official said that the pre-sale and official listing will start in the second half of this year.
From the outgoing pictures,The biggest highlight of the car is the use of a Tesla-like Yoke steering wheel, the upper part is completely wiped off, the remaining part is also irregular in shape, and there are two left and right rollers on the steering wheel.
On the central control platform is an integrated long screen, which runs from the main driver to the co-pilot, and the visual length will exceed 1.5 meters.air conditionerThe control area also uses a touch screen, in other words,There are hardly any physical buttons in the car, and even the gear lever has become a bogie style.。
In addition, there is a suspected infrared camera on the top of the steering wheel, which is expected to perform various functions such as face recognition and fatigue monitoring.
According to public information, Zhiji LS7 is positioned as a medium and large SUV.Its body size is 5049/2002/1731mm, the wheelbase is 3060mm, and it provides a five-seat layout, has two power versions with single and double motors, with peak powers of 250kW and 425kW respectively, of which the power of the dual motor version is consistent with the Zhiji L7.
The car is equipped with a battery pack with a capacity of 100kWh.The cruising range under CLTC conditions can reach up to 660km, while using lidar, which can provide advanced driver assistance functions.
If nothing else, the starting price of this car should not be less than 400,000 yuan, so there is a high probability that someone who spends so much money on a pure electric SUV is not a “miserable” person.