WM Motor's L4 driverless-capable WM W6 goes on sale, priced from around $26,000
Chinese electric vehicle startup WM Motor's mid-sized, all-electric SUV WM W6 went on sale on April 16, priced from RMB 169,800 ($26,042).
The vehicle is the first production model in China with L4 driverless capability, equipped with Baidu Apollo's unmanned autonomous parking system AVP, and is also the first vehicle in China to apply SOA (service-oriented architecture).
WM W6 adopts a new electrical architecture and is equipped with the first 7nm automotive-grade Qualcomm 8155 chip, 5G baseband, and self-developed autonomous driving domain controller.
The vehicle is equipped with WM Living Pilot 3.0 for L2+ autonomous driving assistance and the Living Mate intelligent cockpit platform.
The interior is equipped with two 12.3-inch LCD instrument screens and a floating center console with a four-spoke steering wheel and electronic gear lever.
The car's length, width, and height are 4620/1847/1730mm, with a wheelbase of 2715mm, and is available in five models and eight colors.
The WM W6 has a maximum power of 160 kW and a maximum torque of 225 N⋅m, and offers 520km / 620km NDEC range options.
(Source: WM Motor)