Test Driving the Leading Zero Run C11
- Even better than the ID.3?
Recently, I test drove the Zero Run C11 and was pleasantly surprised. In less than two years, Zero Run has leaped from its previous rough S01 and T03 models to the refined C11. Calling it refined is no exaggeration. The C11’s interior materials and workmanship even surpass those of cars costing more than 200,000 RMB. Its three large screens are highly interactive and responsive. At the same time, the spaciousness of the vehicle makes it a competent family car.
The hardware and parameters are even more impressive. The front double-wishbone suspension and rear five-link suspension can only be found in luxury cars priced at around 400-500,000 RMB. The dual-motor four-wheel drive version has a range of 550 km, a power of 400 kW, and can accelerate from zero to one hundred kilometers per hour in just over four seconds. The entire C11 lineup comes with Level 2+ driving assistance system. What’s crucial is that its price is only between 159,800 and 199,800 RMB, and no other vehicle at the same price point can match its high hardware standard.
Although there are some minor flaws in the actual experience, the high-quality workmanship of the C11 is overwhelming, completely breaking our previous impressions of Zero Run. Therefore, if you’re planning to spend hundreds of thousands of RMB on an electric vehicle, it’s worth going to a dealership to experience the Zero Run C11. I believe you will be pleasantly surprised.
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