Foxconn (Hon Hai Technology Group), the Taiwanese firm best known for producing iPhones for Apple, staged a splashy corporate event this week to reveal that it aims to offer three electric vehicles — a sedan ( Motel E), an SUV (Model C), and a bus (Model T) — to the globe in the near future. It unveiled its specialized electric car skateboard a year ago.
The Model C is the first model developed on Foxconn’s open platform for electric vehicles, and it is positioned as the fundamentally optimized electric SUV with pure electric nature. It is 4.64 meters long and has a wheelbase of 2.86 meters. It seats 5+2 people comfortably and has lots of storage space.
The SUV can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds and has a range of 700 kilometers because to its low drag coefficient of 0.27.
Foxconn and Italian design company Pininfarina collaborated on the Model E Sedan. In addition to luxury and comfort, the Model E, with high performance and advanced dynamic control technology, delivers a power output of about 750 horsepower and achieves 0 to 100 km acceleration in a staggering 2.8 seconds, faster than comparable models on the market and nearly as fast as a Formula One racing car.
The Model E also boasts a 750km range, which should alleviate most electric vehicle customers’ range concerns.
The Model T is a sleek urban bus positioned as an intelligent transportation option. The Model T’s battery can endure temperatures of up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and a range of more than 400 kilometres in terms of energy consumption and durability.
Under full load conditions, the maximum climbing capacity can reach 25% and the maximum speed can reach 120 km/h, providing drivers with a calm and smooth driving experience while also providing passengers with a comfortable and safe ride.
Aside from the disagreements Foxconn will have with Ford and Tesla over model names, the firm faces one major impediment to being a worldwide maker of electric automobiles. Foxconn has vast resources, but no plants established in the twenty-first century, no sales organization, no customer familiarity, no service network, and no leasing/financing expertise.
Such obstacles, however, do not deter it.
This is a PR News Wire Feed; edited by Clean-Future Team