Tesla has some competition in China, as the Xpeng P7 has entered the electric vehicle market. It features an 80.9 kWh battery pack and offered in rear- or all-wheel drive configurations. The former boasts a range of 353 miles, while the all-wheel-drive “Super-Long Range” model can travel up to 439 miles on a full charge. Yes, it also has autopilot, powered by NVIDIA’s DRIVE Xavier, enabling it to operate both the XPILOT3.0 and XPILOT2.0 systems concurrently to provide complete redundancy. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 high-performance auto chip running Xpeng Xmart OS 2.0, the intelligent cockpit is designed to interact with driver and passengers through voice commands, infotainment, as well as a concert hall-standard 600w Dynaudio surround-sound audio environment. Other interior features include a panoramic glass roof, frameless doors, a low-profile console offer wide-angle views in all directions, and optional Nappa leather styling. Available now in China, priced from $32,373 USD.
- Authentic motocross frame geometry, the MX350 scales down the dirt bike to size for riders ages 13+ and up to 140 lb (64 kg)
- High-torque, rear-wheel chain-drive delivers increased power and traction
- Powers riders at speeds of up to 14 mph (22 km/h) with up to 30 minutes of continuous use
- Features adjustable-angle, riser-style handlebars, spoked wheels with 12” pneumatic, knobby tires, retractable kickstand, and hand-operated rear brake
- 24V (two 12V) sealed lead-acid rechargeable battery system
Today is a milestone in the 5-year history of Xpeng Motors. The P7’s launch solidifies Xpeng Motors’ leading position in China’s smart EV market. Our ability to launch the P7 in the challenging conditions of the COVID-19 crisis is a testament to the strength of our young company, “said He Xiaopeng, Chairman & CEO.