China’s Nio, a pioneer in the local electric premium car market, has unveiled its new flagship, the ET7.
The car attracts with its technical characteristics, but the design is a matter of taste, although the car at least stands out enough.
The first thing that surprises the Nio ET7 is the power reserve. Even the basic version with a 70 kW • h battery should provide more than 500 km of autonomous mileage, while for a solid-state battery with a capacity of 150 kW • h, the power reserve is promised over 1000 km! Of course, it is unclear how these claims will correlate with reality, but on paper the numbers are impressive.
The machine is equipped with an electrical installation with a capacity of 480 kW, i.e. 653 hp. The torque is 850 Nm, and as a result, the car is capable of gaining the first hundred in 3.9 s. From the rest, it is known about the drag coefficient equal to 0.23.
In addition, the heart of the car is a supercomputer based on the Nvidia Orin SoC, containing a total of 48 Cortex-A 78 cores and 8096 CUDA cores.
The car will cost $ 70,000 for the basic version, excluding subsidies. But for this money, the buyer will receive not only a car. The manufacturer also provides ET7 with a free lifetime warranty, charging, plug-in and out-of-town service. At the same time, a subscription to the Battery-as-a-Service ($ 151 per month) will further reduce the cost of the car to $ 59,000. Now the car can be ordered by paying a deposit of $ 772 (5,000 yuan), while in the future, twice as much will be deducted from the price of the car. Machine deliveries will begin late next year.
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