W Motors To Launch Luxury Electric MPV In China
Published on April 5, 2017 by W.E. Ning
W Motors, famous for the Lykan Hypersport and the Fenyr Supersport, is going to launch a luxury electric MPV concept on the Shanghai Auto Show in China called the Iconiq 7. The concept and the eventual production car will be manufactured in China by a joint venture between W Motors and Chinese company Tianjin Aiking New Energy.
On the left Alan Wu, CEO of Tianjin Aikin. To his right R.R. Debbas, CEO of W Motors. On the right Alfredo Stola, a famous designer who was apparently responsible for the lines of the Iconic 7.
Iconiq Motors will be the brand name, 7 is the car’s name. The brand name is very similar to Hyundai’s Ioniq brand for new-energy vehicles.
Iconiq hasn’t announced anything about the power train yet. The vehicle sure looks futuristic with somewhat aggressive styling. We do know the size: 4900/1900/1860, and wheelbase is 3000. That’s big but not as big as the Buick GL8, for example.
Another image shows two vehicles called NAN01 and NAN02.
A VIP interior with two captain seats and a large screen on the low side of the divider.
The usual apps.
Badge lights up in blue when driving.