The Li L7 Pro will feature a dual-motor, four-wheel drive system with 330 kW of peak power that can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.5 seconds.

Li Auto's Li L7 Pro expected to be priced at $49,000, leaked spec sheet shows-CnEVPost

(Li L9. Image credit: Li Auto)

A leaked spec sheet shows some of the specifications of Li Auto's new SUV, the Li L7, which will be launched in the first quarter of next year, after the company teased the model last week.

The Li L7 Pro will be priced at around RMB 350,000 yuan ($49,000), according to a spec sheet allegedly for the model published Sunday by local auto media outlet Xchuxing.

Li Auto said on September 22 that the company is building a more complete and clear product sequence, with the L standing for the extended-range platform's SUV lineup and the number representing the model's size class.

Li Auto's Li L7 Pro expected to be priced at $49,000, leaked spec sheet shows-CnEVPost

(Image credit: Xchuxing)

The Li L7 will be a mid to large-sized five-seat SUV priced within RMB 400,000 and will be launched and delivered in the first quarter of 2023, the company said last week, adding that it is 5,050 mm long, 1,995 mm wide, 1,750 mm high and has a wheelbase of 3,005 mm.

Li Auto did not provide more information about the Li L7, though the company's current model nomenclature suggests that the model may also be available including the Max version.

The Li L7 Pro size information in the spec sheet shared by Xchuxing is consistent with what Li Auto previously mentioned and shows that the SUV will have a dual-motor four-wheel drive system with 330 kW of peak power that can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.5 seconds.

The Li L7 Pro's cockpit will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8155 chip, according to the spec sheet. The chip is currently standard in flagship electric cars sold in China.

The model, like Li Auto's full-size flagship SUV Li L9, which began deliveries a month ago, will have two large screens in the center front of the vehicle, both 15.7-inch 3K resolution LCD screens.

The Li L7 Pro will use local chipmaker Horizon Robotics' Journey 5 chip and come standard with the highway's NOA navigation-assisted driving feature, according to the spec sheet shared by Xchuxing.

Li Auto announced on September 22 that it has moved up the launch of the Li L8 to September 30 instead of the original plan of early November.

The Li L8 is a mid to large-sized six-seat SUV priced within RMB 400,000 and will be available in two versions, Pro and Max, according to the company.

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