Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Geometry, Geely Auto's battery electric vehicle (BEV) brand, recently released a teaser trailer of the Geometry A Pro, which is regarded as the new generation of the Geometry A BEV.
Photo credit: Geometry
According to the teaser trailer, the Geometry A Pro's exterior is very similar to that of the existing model. As the brand's first mass-market model, the Geometry A hit the market in 2019 with guiding prices ranging from 150,000 yuan ($23,125) to 190,000 yuan ($29,290). It is also the first model to carry a special silver badge adapted from the usual Geely badge, the official name of which is “Quantum Silver Shield”. The badge is also adopted by the Geometry C, the second model of Geometry.
Geometry A; photo credit: Geometry
With dimensions of 4,736mm length, 1,804mm width, 1,503mm height and a wheelbase of 2,700mm, the Geometry A plays in the league of compact sedans. With a drag coefficient of 0.2375 Cd, the Geometry A's design integrates aerodynamics for sleek and ergonomic innovation.
According to the information from China's MIIT, the Geometry A Pro is likely to carry a permanent magnet synchronous motor that is good for 150kW and 310 N·m. Thanks to a ternary-lithium battery pack with an energy density of 183.23Wh/kg, the new vehicle may deliver a range of up to 600km under the NEDC cycle.
Those data indicate the Pro will have some updates over the existing model. The electric motor powering the Geometry A has a maximum output of 120kW and 250 N·m, and the NEDC-rated range reach up to 500km.
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