Exeed Exlantix ET (Sterra ET) rolls off assembly line on January 19

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Chery’s premium brand, Exeed, announced that the Exeed Exlantix ET’s first production car is scheduled to roll off the assembly line on January 19. The launch is planned for first-quarter of 2024. Exceed Exlantix is known domestically as Sterra ET.

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The Exeed Exlantix ET, developed on Chery’s E0X high-end electric platform, same as the Exlantix ES launched late last year. The same platform is used in the Luxeed S7 Chery and Huawei. It features a closed front grille design, LED daytime running lights, and an interactive headlight assembly. Dimensions confirmed at 4955 /1975/1698 mm with a 3000 mm wheelbase. The dimensions are close to the Li Auto L6 and the Aito M7.

The standard features include a panoramic sunroof. Optional upgrades include:

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  1. Alloy wheels
  2. Red brake calipers
  3. Rear-view mirror cameras
  4. Interactive signal display lights
  5. Privacy glass
  6. Chrome window trims
  7. Laser radar
  8. Front grille
  9. Front metal gray grille trim
  10. Front and rear matte silver badges
  11. Metal gray anti-scratch strips
  12. Fender decorations

According to the information from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on October 16 of last year, the Exeed Exlantix ET is equipped with a dual-motor all-wheel-drive system. The maximum power of the front axle motor is 183 kW (245 horsepower), and the rear axle motor has a maximum power of 230 kW (315 horsepower). The comprehensive power reaches up to 560 horsepower. The new car will also feature Chery’s NP2.0 technology battery pack, offering versions with 60 kWh, 82 kWh, and 100 kWh, providing a range of 500-700 km. Regarding fast charging, the new car can achieve a range of 150 km in 5 minutes.

More details will be announced before the official launch.

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Source: E-EV

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