Voyah launches the Dreamer, an agile and luxury-packed electric van
Chinese car manufacturer Voyah has opened its pre-order books for the Dreamer, an all-electric van introduced in late 2021. Prices start from 380,000 Yuan and max out at 600,000 Yuan for a deluxe four-seater version.
The vehicle is 5,315 mm long, 1,985 mm wide and 1,820 mm tall with 3,200 mm between the wheels. The entry trim level offers a seven-seat cabin layout with two captain’s seats in the middle row and a bench in the back. The flagship trim ditches the second row and puts two luxury seats at the rear.
Equipment on board includes an infotainment system with 5G and gesture support, ventilation and massage functions for the seats, an advanced audio system, power-assisted rear side doors, a remote self-parking system, a package of active safety aids, and air-ride suspension.
Opting for the top trim adds a solid partition wall behind the front seats along with a slide-out TV set, a “starry sky” ceiling, a fridge, fake rose gold accents all around, and a white-and-blue trim scheme.
A duet of electric motors produces 435 PS (429 hp / 320 kW) along with 620 Nm (457 lb-ft) of torque driving all four wheels. The MPV weighs between 2,540 and 2,625 kilograms depending on your chosen feature set and sprints 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.9 seconds. It has 600 kilometers (373 miles) of driving range once fully charged.
An alternative comes in the form of a REX hybrid, which adds a 1.5-liter turbo engine acting as a power generator. This version has slightly less thrust at 394 PS (389 hp / 290 kW) and 610 Nm (450 lb-ft) of torque, and takes a second longer to accelerate to highway speed. On the upside, it offers 700 km (435 miles) of range.
The first deliveries will be made in July, Voyah says.
Editor Andrew Raspopov