Priced at $21,500 after government subsidies, the all-electric XPeng G3 is a Tesla Model X knockoff that you probably never knew existed, and that’s because it’s only available in China. Despite the low price, it’s claimed to offer a range of automated driving features and over-the-air updates. These “self-developed innovative features, many of which are first-of-its-kind, are intended for China’s unique user behaviors and road conditions,” said compay chairman He Xiaopeng. Read more for another video and additional information.
On a full charge, expect a driving range of around 150 miles, while pushing 200 horsepower and 220 lb-ft of torque. “The centerpiece of the G3’s cabin is a massive, vertical touchscreen in the center of the dashboard where almost all of the vehicle’s functions can be controlled from. The digital gauge cluster also has a near-identical shape to the Model X’s. Heck, even the steering wheel of the G3 shares more than just a few traits with the Model X’s,” reports Car Scoops.