Leapmotor C10 SUV will start pre-sale on January 10, available in EV and EREV

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Leapmotor’s upcoming first global SUV called the C10 will officially start pre-sale on January 10, 2024, available in EV and EREV modes. Subsequently, launch and delivery are expected to start in the first quarter of 2024 and will launch in the overseas market in the future.

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The Leapmotor C10 is built based on the LEAP 3.0 (Four Leaf Clover) architecture, which supports both EV and EREV vehicles. Overall, the vehicle has a square and plump contour, coupled with 20-inch rims, hidden door handles, blackened exterior mirrors, and a suspended roof. At the same time, the car is equipped with a total of 30 sensors, including 12 cameras, five millimeter-wave radars, 12 ultrasonic radars, and a lidar on the roof, implying possible advanced driving assistance functionalities.

Positioned as a medium-sized SUV, the Leapmotor C10 measures 4739/1900/1680 mm with a 2825 mm wheelbase. In addition, five exterior body colors are offered: white, white gray, light blue, dark gray, and dark green.

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  • 170 kW and 350 Nm electric motor (model TZ220XY002)
  • Two lithium iron phosphate battery pack options: 52.9 kWh and 69.9 kWh, with corresponding cruising ranges of 400 km and 530 km (assuming it’s CLTC)


  • 70 kW 1.5-liter four-cylinder range extender
  • 170 kW and 350 Nm electric motor
  • 28.7 kWh lithium iron phosphate battery pack
  • 200 km pure electric cruising range (assuming it’s CLTC)

Both fast and slow charging are supported. The charging port is located on the left rear fender. Under fast charging, it takes 30 minutes to charge to 80%. Under slow charging, it takes eight hours to fully charge to 100%.

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The interior is available in two color schemes: red haze orange and purple.

The suspended 14.6-inch 2.5K central control screen comes with a built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon 8295 chip, which powers the Leapmotor OS 4.0 operating system and can realize voice interaction. The cockpit is also equipped with a rectangular full LCD instrument panel, a double-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel, wireless mobile phone charging, and a 12-speaker audio system.

Furthermore, the front seats support electric adjustment, ventilation, and heating; when folded down, it forms a bed with the rear seats. Leapmotor claims that the seats are 3D-engineered to increase the comfort level.

Within the next two years, Leapmotor plans to launch five new vehicles. The new cars will be sold in Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americas.

Source: Leapmotor

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