The first official photo of the Hozon‘s electric SUV, Neta X, has been released. The photo follows the images and data that have been revealed along with the carmaker’s application for the sales license of the SUV last month.
The exterior continues Neta’s “Confidence and Presence” design concept. The front face uses closed front grille and the headlights are split on both sides with the top L-shaped light as LED daytime running lights.
The rear part of the car has multiple horizontal lines. The new electric vehicle (EV) has a penetrating taillights. The car is made on a 4619/1860/1628 mm chassis that sits on a 2770 mm wheelbase.
Based on the official photo, the interior coloring scheme is mainly brown and supplemented with black. The layout of the entire center console is simple, with virtually no physical buttons. Most function buttons are integrated into the center control screen.
The Neta X’s powertrain uses a 120 kW permanent-magnet synchronous motor (PMSM). The maximum speed is set at 150 km/h. The powertrain is powered by 51.8 kWh and 62 kWh batteries depending on the trim. The CLTC range is set at 401 km and 501 km, again depending on the trim.
The compact SUV will become a replacement for the Neta U-II crossover. Previously, the electric car was exposed by the Chinese regulator under the Neta U Max name. However, Neta decided to call this SUV just ‘X’. So, the car is a facelift of the current Neta U-II SUV. The Neta X has recently rolled off the production line.