The Voyah Dreamer MPV offers intelligent electric four-wheel drive and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in as fast as 5.9 seconds.
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Voyah today saw the first production unit of its MPV Dreamer roll off the line, the premium electric vehicle (EV) brand of Dongfeng Motor (HKG: 0489) announced on Weibo.
The official rollout of the Voyah Dreamer, the world's first electric luxury flagship MPV, marks another milestone reached by the brand, it said.
The MPV will be officially launched on May 7, Voyah added.
Voyah unveiled the MPV on November 17 last year, positioning it as the world's first large luxury electric MPV.
It said on March 14 that the MPV would go on sale on April 7. But due to the outbreak of the new Covid pandemic, Voyah announced on March 30 that the model would be available for pre-sale on April 7 instead of being launched.
After announcing the start of pre-sales on the evening of April 7, Voyah later said the MPV received more than 2,000 pre-sales orders in five hours.
Like the company's first model, the Voyah FREE SUV, the Dreamer MPV is also available in an all-electric version as well as a version with extended-range technology.
The MPV is available in a seven-seat version as well as a four-seat customized version, with the former priced in the RMB 380,000 ($60,000) to 480,000 range and the latter starting at RMB 600,000.
Based on Voyah's ESSA EV architecture, the vehicle measures 5,315/1,980/1,810 mm in length, width and height and has a wheelbase of 3,200 mm.
The vehicle will offer intelligent electric four-wheel drive and accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in as fast as 5.9 seconds, making it "the world's fastest MPV," the company previously said.