The Zhiji L7 electric car, created by Zhiji Auto, a joint venture between SAIC, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech and Alibaba Group, presented in China.
The developers claim that the Zhiji L7 can accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in 3.9 seconds. It will offer customers a driverless driving system and efficient wireless charging.
One of the key points is that this will be the first car to have an 11 kW wireless charging system installed, which is claimed to have an efficiency of 91%. One hour of charging will be enough for 80 km. The power reserve of the version with a battery capacity of 93 kWh will be 615 km. There will also be an option with a range of 1000 km, which will receive a battery with a capacity of 118 kWh.
The car will be equipped with 12 cameras, 5 millimeter-wave radars, 12 ultrasonic radars and lidar. The engine will have a power of 540 hp and develop a maximum torque of 700 Nm.
The interior of the Zhiji L7 combines classic and futuristic elements. The electric car will receive a 39-inch screen with 4K resolution across the entire width of the dashboard. The car will be equipped with an operating system of its own design.
The full premiere of the Zhiji L7 will take place at the Shanghai Auto Show, and sales will start next year.