2022 FAW Hongqi E-QM5 Interior and exterior Walkaround - A Large Electric Sedan | Cars in China



Starting price: $30,000


Better known for its H9 luxo and S9 hybrid supercar concept, Hongqi has taken another hit in the electric segment with the E-QM5.



Unveiled at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show, it will join the E-HS9 zero-emissions luxury SUVs and feature distinctive styling, with weird LED lights at the front, vertical slats on the grille. The closed heat is reminiscent of the Roewe Jing Concept, the V-shaped taillights and the signature logo on the trunk lid.


The E-QM5 can comfortably seat four adults inside. The electric sedan has four separate seats wrapped in leather and separated by a large center armrest, glossy black accents, and carbon fiber and aluminum trim. A tablet-like screen sits on the dashboard and on the surface it will be used to control most of the car's functions, since we can't really see any physical buttons, save for the buttons on the three-spoke steering wheel, the electric parking brake and the hazard lights on the center console, and the lights for controlling the seats and power windows.


It's clear that Hongqi's EV is a big car, with Chinese media reporting that it's 5,040 mm (198.4 in) long, 1,910 mm (75.2 in) wide and 1,569 mm (61. 8 in). Furthermore, its 2,990 mm (117.7 in) wheelbase is actually longer than the BMW 5-Series.


A 55 kWh battery is said to power a 100 kW (136 PS / 134 HP) electric motor that drives the front wheels through a single-speed gearbox. The model has a range of 431 km (286 miles) on the NEDC test cycle, and it is estimated to be priced between 200,000 and 300,000 yuan in China, which equals to ~$30,000-$46,000 at current exchange rates.


2022 FAW Hongqi E-QM5 Interior and exterior Walkaround - A Large Electric Sedan | Cars in China 2022 FAW Hongqi E-QM5 Interior and exterior Walkaround - A Large Electric Sedan | Cars in China Reviewed by Góc chia sẻ 'Of Nhân on June 21, 2021 Rating: 5

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