The Xpeng P7, made by Chinese electric car startup Xpeng Motors, has a NEDC comprehensive range of 706km, becoming the longest range of electric vehicles in China, data showed today.
The data comes from the 329th batch of "Road Motor Vehicle Manufacturers and Product Announcements" announced by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China and the 3rd "Recommended Vehicle Catalog for New Energy Vehicle Promotion and Application" published in 2020.
The model announced this time is the rear-drive version of the P7, with a maximum power of 196kW, a peak torque of 390N · m, and a power consumption of only 12.5kWh/100km per 100 kilometers.
The Xpeng P7 is equipped with the latest generation of rectangular battery packs, with a rated energy of 80.87kWh and an energy density of 170Wh/kg.
Through system optimization and matching, the maximum efficiency of the motor system is> 95%, and the overall operating efficiency of the NEDC is greater than 85.5%.
Xpeng Motors released the Xpeng P7's rear-drive long-range sedan in December with a pre-sale price of 240,000 yuan.
Last month, the single-motor version of Xpeng P7 appeared in the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology's 329th batch of new car declaration catalogs. This version is likely to be the Xpeng P7's rear-drive long-range model.
In the new car declaration picture, you can see that Xpeng P7 has the words Haima Motors at the end. In fact, Xpeng P7 uses the foundry model and is produced by the Haima factory in Zhengzhou.
Xpeng P7 rear drive long-range model declaration photo appears-cnTechPost
At present, Xpeng has released a total of 3 P7 models and 8 main versions, including rear-drive long-endurance models, rear-drive super-long-range models and four-wheel-drive high-performance models.
Xpeng P7 will start delivery in the second quarter of 2020. In the future, Xpeng P7 will compete with domestic Model 3, BYD EV, ands Weimar 7 Series cars.