CCAG's E07: China's Answer to CyberTruck?

CCAG unveiled the Qi Yuan E07 at the Beijing Auto Show, a vehicle initially teased as the Chinese version of the CyberTruck. However, CCAG has positioned it as a medium-to-large sized SUV.

The dimensions of this vehicle are: 5045 x 1996 x 1695 mm. It is available in both extended-range and pure electric forms, along with two-wheel and four-wheel drive versions. The cruising range spans from 551 km to over 1,000 km, and it includes an 800 V architecture on the Qi Yuan E07.

In terms of driving, the Qi Yuan E07 offers the comfort and maneuverability of a sedan, the spaciousness and passability of an SUV, and the loading capability of a pickup truck.

At its unveiling, the Qi Yuan E07 was also dubbed as an “Automotive Robot,” incorporating a new C2 + EDC central computer, and employing advanced computing and software architecture technology. Further expectations are held for Qi Yuan E07’s intelligent performance on the actual model. The new vehicle is slated to be delivered no later than the fourth quarter of this year.

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