Shanghai (Gasgoo)- The BXi7 is Borgward's first pure electric SUV model. Previously, its concept model was debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show 2017. According to the insider from Borgward, the BXi7 will be launched at Auto China 2018. The new model basically retains the design style of its gasoline version model with a range of 308km, delivering the highest speed of 195km/h.
Inheriting the exterior design cues of the BX7, the BXi7 only adjusts the design in some details. It features an octagonal intake grille and a grey and white logo at its front end. In addition, it undergoes changes on the openings on both sides of front bumpers, and its rear end also remains almost the same with the concept model.
The pure electric SUV measures 4713mm in length, 1,923mm in width and 1,690mm in height and sits on a 2,760mm wheelbase. What's more, it has a weight of 1,950kg, 171kg heavier than that of the five-seat four-wheel drive BX7.
According to its official images, the BXi7 basically remains the same interior design style as the gasoline version. The model stresses its identification of a NEV with several blue decorative trims in its interior. Moreover, the BXi7 also takes some coordinative changes in some detail, such as instrument panel.
Equipped with the e-Propulsion system which can flexibly adjust engines, electric motors and batteries based on demands, the model offers a range of versions, such as PHEV and EV. According to the patent information from MIIT, the Borgward BXi7 delivers a maximum power output of 89kW and a peak torque of 195Nm.
All Rights Reserved. Do not reproduce, copy and use the editorial content without permission. Contact us: email@example.com.
Anytime and anywhere to know the dynamics of China's auto industry