The Xpeng Identy X Electric SUV Is Ready For The Chinese Car Market

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This is the final production version of the Xpeng Identy X electric SUV, looking very tech in white with gray alloys and huge dark gray lights. The Identy X will be launched on the Chinese car market in the first quarter of next year. And Identy is not a spelling error, it is really the name of the car.

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The Identy X was developed by a company called Xiaopeng Motor, one of the many so-called ‘EV-startups’. Just like most of these other startup XPeng Motors doesn’t have a factory. A factory is so old-fashioned! The Identy X is instead manufactured by Haima Auto, a decent Chinese car maker but not exactly known for its technological brilliance. The factory is in Guangdong Province and has initial annual capacity of 50,000 cars and a full capacity of 100,000 cars.

The electric motor is located over the front axle. It delivers 187 hp. The motor is made by a Beijing-based company called Jin-Jing Electric. Top speed is 170 kilometers per hour. The battery pack is located in the floor. The Identy X is front-wheel drive. Later on XPeng will also offer a 4WD version which will have another, smaller, motor at over the rear axle.

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Definitive specs on range and acceleration of the production version haven’t been announced yet. Earlier on, the company claimed a range of 300 kilometers and a 0-100 of 7.9 seconds for the 2WD version and 5.8 seconds for the 4WD version.

Size: 4470/1818/1600, wheelbase is 2610 and curb weight is 1472 kilo.

The fancy thing on the roof is a camera, the images of can be shared immediately via the infotainment system, so you can let everybody know where you are at any time.

The Xpeng Identy X will be equipped with low-speed active cruise control and with an autonomous-parking function, but it won’t be able to drive autonomously.

The interior of the near-production car; with a 12.3 inch digital instrument panel and a giant 15.6 inch touch screen.

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