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SAIC Presented The F7 Sedan

SAIC F7 Sedan

Feifan Auto (also known as Rising Auto) has started accepting orders for the F7 electric sedan. Prices for the novelty range from 280 to 350 thousand yuan (approximately 41 - 52 thousand dollars). A full market debut is scheduled for March. Feifan F7 looks amazing, it is made in the corporate style of the brand. In some aspects, the design of the novelty clearly overlaps with the main competitor - NIO ET7. 

Dimensions: 5000 mm long, 1953 mm wide and 1494 mm high. The wheelbase is 3000 mm. The sedan is equipped with 32 sensors, which are located throughout the body, which ensure the operation of the autopilot.

In the cabin there are three liquid crystal screens located under one glass at once. They work on the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 chip. The operating system of Feifan's own development. There are 16 speakers and tons of storage. The trunk has 466 liters of cargo space and there is additional, although small frunk. There is a small screen for the rear passengers, in the style of Tesla Models S and Model X, and the overall impression is of a high-end EV.

The electric car is based on the original platform and has two variants of the power plant. In the first case, one 340-horsepower electric motor is installed on the rear axle. With it , the car is able to accelerate to the first hundred in only 5.7 seconds. In more expensive versions, another engine is added to it on the front axle. Thus, the total power increases to 544 hp, and acceleration to the first 100 km / h decreases by 2 s. The power reserve varies from 600 to 666 km on a single charge, depending on the design. But the main feature of the model was a quick-release battery with a capacity of 90 kWh, which can be easily changed at a special station.

Recall that the Chinese brand Feifan Auto is a premium division of the State Corporation SAIC, which produces exclusively electric vehicles. So far, the model line consists of two crossovers.

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Tuesday, 23 April 2024