Ideal's first 5-seater car - Ideal L7 lands at MIIT.

In the latest batch of declaration catalogs issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the Ideal L7 stands out prominently. The Ideal L7 was launched as early as September 30th this year, with the L7 Max priced at 379,800 yuan and the L7 Pro priced at 339,800 yuan.

The dimensions of the Ideal L7 are 5,050 mm in length, 1,995 mm in width and 1,750 mm in height, with a wheelbase of 3,005 mm. Compared with the L8, the length of the car is only 30 mm shorter, while the width and wheelbase remain the same, but the height has been reduced by 50 mm.

According to Ideal’s official information, the maximum legroom in the second row of the Ideal L7 reaches 1,160 mm, with a trunk depth of over 1 meter. With the exception of the middle seat in the second row, all four seats are equipped with heating, ventilation, and lumbar massage. The second-row backrest supports 40° electric adjustment and the right side of the second row is equipped with a footrest, but no longer comes with a small desk.

Other interior configurations such as the 21 speakers of the 7.3.4-channel, HUD head-up display, safety driving interactive screen, and rear cabin LCD entertainment screen are also equipped.

The battery capacity of the Ideal L7 is 42.8 kWh, with a CLTC comprehensive range of 2 miles.10 km, WLTC pure electric range is 175 km. The maximum power of the front and rear dual motors is 330 kW, the maximum torque is 620 Nm, and the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h only takes 5.5 seconds. The Ideal L7 maintains consistency with the L8 in terms of battery capacity and powertrain. It can be expected that the energy consumption performance of the L7 will not differ significantly from that of the L8. During the National Day holiday, we conducted a comprehensive evaluation of the L8, L9 and ONE in terms of energy consumption performance and other aspects. If you are interested in their energy consumption performance and other performance, please click “1,000 km Dynamic Experience of L8: Energy Consumption as low as 6 L/100 km? | 42Test“.

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