The 001, the first model of 's premium electric car brand Zeekr, will be unveiled on April 15 and go on sale in August-September, local media said Wednesday.

The model, previously known as the Lynk ZERO, is priced between RMB 300,000 ($45,838) and RMB 500,000 and will open for pre-sale at the Shanghai Auto Show on April 19, the report said.

The car's pricing makes it a potential competitor to the ET7, which is priced from RMB 448,000 before subsidies for delivery in the first quarter of 2022.

The car features a fully automatic air suspension, hidden door handles, frameless power doors and cut-through taillights.

As an electric luxury coupe, the car uses a suspended dashboard, widescreen HUD and eco-friendly seats inside.

The Zeekr 001 has a length of 4950mm, a wheelbase of 2999mm and is equipped with Bosch's braking system.

The Zeekr 001 is equipped with dual front and rear electric motors with a combined maximum power of 400kW and peak torque of 768N⋅m.

The acceleration time from 0-100km/h is 3.8s and the top speed is over 200km/h.

The vehicle has a maximum charging voltage of 800 volts, a range of 120km in 5 minutes of charging and a combined NEDC range of over 700km.

Zeekr is jointly invested by Geely Automobile Holdings and Geely Holding Group, with the former holding a 51% stake and the latter a 49% stake.

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