In recent years, Chinese automakers have been creating many interesting and attractive models. China's high-end intelligent fully-electric crossover ArcFox Alpha-T was officially launched and opened for reservations. Its name is also written as “α-T". The new compact crossover is the result of a joint venture of the BAIC division called BJEV and Canadian auto component manufacturer Magna International.
The price of ArcFox Alpha-T in the basic configuration is about $ 40,000. With 653 kilometres of autonomy (according to the NEDC cycle), α-Pilot autonomous driving and 5G technology, ARCFOX αT is even praised as "the strongest opponent of Tesla Model 3". In real-life conditions, the Alpha-T can easily travel up to 400 km without stopping to recharge.
ΑRCFOX Alpha-T has a 93.6kW battery module incorporating international advanced battery thermal management technology. The power consumption per 100 kilometers is only 16kw / h.
The electric crossover has undergone multi-wheel suspension adjustment, steering system calibration and more, to tune out a solid and excellent body. The front and rear axle load ratio reach 50:50, which can achieve excellent dynamic stability and comfortable driving. ΑRCFOX αT is also equipped with Bosch's first remote park assist (Remote Park Assist) function. Through the control of smart terminals such as mobile phones, the driver can easily complete the parking, especially suitable for narrow parking spaces. With the aid of data fusion of the surround-view camera system and ultrasonic sensors, the remote parking performance and the parking success rate under extreme conditions have been greatly improved.
As a medium-sized pure electric SUV, the length, width and height of the ARCFOX αT vehicle is 4788 × 1940 × 1683mm, the wheelbase reaches 2915mm
ArcFox is a sub-brand of the BAIC Group, the fifth-largest Chinese automobile company, which actively cooperates with Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai. via arcfox.cn.
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