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Leapmotor to start presale of third production model C11 on Jan. 1 2021

Monika From Gasgoo| December 29 , 2020

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Leapmotor announced the presale of the C11, its third production model, will begin on Jan. 1, 2021, coming with three trim levels. Guiding prices of the new model range from 159,800 yuan ($24,465) to 199,800 yuan ($30,590) after subsidies.

Customers may choose from eight available colors for exterior, and three optional interior colors.


Leapmotor C11; photo credit: Leapmotor

As the startup's first all-electric SUV, the C11 measures 4,750mm long, 1,905mm wide and 1,650mm tall with a wheelbase that spans 2,930mm.

Adopting the Heracles electric drive assembly independently developed by Leapmotor, the four-wheel-drive version pumps out 400kW and 720N·m of peak torque, and can zip from 0-100km/h within only 4 seconds. The rear-wheel-drive one is able to churn out up to 200kW and 360 N·m, and complete 0-100km/h acceleration in 7.9 seconds.

Powered by a 76.6kWh/90kWh ternary-lithium battery pack, the C11 offers a NEDC-rated range of up to 480km, 550km or 600km based on different trim levels.


Leapmotor C11; photo credit: Leapmotor

To improve the cockpit space utilization, the C11 has up to 22 cubbyholes and storage bins. Other amenities include frameless car doors, color-shifting ambience lamps, a Hi-Fi DSP (digital signal processing) loudspeaker, a Nappa leather-wrapped cabin and a panoramic sunroof. Besides, a PM2.5 filter, a negative ion generator and an AQS (air quality system) are introduced to keep the in-house air clean.

As for intelligent facilities, the C11 uses the third-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon Digital Cockpit Platform that can efficiently cope with multiple tasks.

The C11 applies iFlytek's intelligent voice interactive system to manage its three connected high-definition displays. The entire model series comes standard with 28 precision sensors, which embrace 10 car body-mounted cameras, 5 millimeter-wave radars, 12 ultrasonic radars and a facial recognition camera.


Leapmotor C11; photo credit: Leapmotor

Notably, the C11 is armed with two Lingxin 01 chips, Leapmotor's self-developed chips for intelligent driving, delivering 8.4 trillion operations per second of performance.

Once the model goes into volume production next year, it will be available for such functions as LDW (lane departure warning system), AEB (autonomous emergency braking) and APS (assisted parking system, said Leapmotor. Through OTA (over-the-air) upgrade, the vehicle will achieve more functions like ALC (automated lane change) and ACC (adaptive cruise control).

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