The Xpeng P7, made by Chinese electric car startup Xpeng Motors, is included in the latest catalogue of new energy vehicle exempted from purchase tax recently announced by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

This means that in addition to enjoying subsidies for the promotion of new energy models, buyers of Xpeng P7 cars can also exempt from vehicle purchase tax and save a lot of car purchase costs.

Recently, the Xpeng P7 long battery life model appeared in the application list of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China. The NEDC has a range of 706km, exceeding the Tesla Model S's 650km, and has become the highest electric car in China.

However, it is worth mentioning that the manufacturer of the Xpeng P7 model is still Haima Motor Company. Therefore, Xpeng P7 will also use Haima automobile qualification for foundry production.

In addition, in the Xpeng P7 declaration list that appeared earlier, the real car tail of the Xpeng P7 contains the logo of the hippocampus.

Xpeng P7 is equipped with the latest generation of rectangular battery pack, 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 efficiency of the NEDC comprehensive working condition is greater than 85.5%.

The Xpeng P7 will provide two power specifications of the rear-drive super-long-endurance version and the four-wheel-drive high-performance version. The rear-drive super-long endurance version is equipped with a motor with a maximum power of 196kW (267Ps), and the maximum power of the four-wheel-drive high-performance system is 316kW (430Ps), 0-100km/h acceleration time is 4.3s.

According to the information previously released by Xpeng Automobile, the Xpeng P7 has released rear-drive long-endurance models, rear-drive super-long-endurance models and four-wheel-drive high-performance, a total of 3 models, 9 major configuration versions, the pre-sale price range is 24-37 It will be officially listed in April 2020 and delivered in July.

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