Wuling Air EV's sunny configuration announced, with a 300 km range.

Today, Wuling Motors announced the detailed configuration of their first new energy global vehicle, the Air EV. The vehicle has a range of 300 km and supports DC fast charging, taking only 45 minutes to charge from 30% to 80%. Compared to the MiniEV, the Air EV comes standard with driver-side airbags, ABS anti-lock braking system + EBD brake force distribution system, low-speed pedestrian warning system, tire pressure monitoring, and other safety features, along with air conditioning.

In terms of exterior design, the Air EV features a minimalist design style and uses LED headlights with a double lens design. As for colors, the Air EV offers four body colors, including white, blue, gray, and khaki.

In terms of body size, the standard version of the new vehicle is 2599/1505/1631 mm in length, width, and height, respectively, with a wheelbase of 1635 mm. The long axis version is 2974/1505/1631 mm in length, width, and height, respectively, with a wheelbase of 2010 mm.

The entire vehicle uses a cage-type high-strength steel body structure, with high-strength steel accounting for 62% of the frame, and a large amount of hot-formed ultra-high-strength steel used in the front beam, A-pillar, and rear beam, among other locations, and has undergone full-vehicle collision testing.

In terms of power and range, the Air EV provides a range of 300 km, and the two- and four-seater versions are equipped with 30 kW and 50 kW drive motors, respectively, along with front MacPherson independent suspension. The four-seater version can accelerate from 0-50 km in just 4.8 seconds.

The two versions of the car are more compact, with a turning radius of only 3.7 meters.

As for the cabin, Air EV Qingkong is equipped with a 10.25-inch dual-screen, supporting smartphone app remote control, which can achieve basic functions such as air conditioning control, remote start, remote door on/off, power window up/down, appointment charging, and vehicle remaining power inquiry.

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