LvChi unveils Urano, an electric car with exceptional driving range
The young Chinese all-electric car company LvChi has unveiled Urano, a stylish battery-powered coupe, at an ongoing trade show in Shanghai. Production should begin halfway into the next year.
It looks like the main feature of the car is its capacious battery which commands an impressive driving range of up to 700 kilometers (435 miles).
The new LvChi Urano is driven by two electric motors with 707 hp, 900 Nm torque total output. The manufacturer claims it can accelerate 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) in 3.5 seconds. The car can be charged either at a charging station or wirelessly.
The passenger compartment of the LvChi Urano offers a large infotainment touchscreen, a digital dashboard, voice control and face recognition features, as well as a huge HUD with quick access to the main functions.
LvChi plans to design and produce eight all-electric car models until 2021.
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