IM LS7 Max all-electric SUV launched with 705 km range

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At the opening of the Chongqing International Auto Show on June 7, IM Motors launched its LS7 Max SUV, namely, the LS7 Max Elite and LS7 Max Lux, with a price tag of 299,800 yuan (41,400 USD) and 319,800 yuan (44,100 USD), respectively. The IM LS7 Max is based on the LS7, and has been upgraded mainly in terms of intelligent driving and interior configurations.

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The car is 5049 mm long, 2002 mm wide, 1763 mm tall, and has a wheelbase of 3060 mm, positioned as a medium-to-large SUV.

It has 1435 mm rear legroom, 1030 mm rear headroom, and 133 mm rear knee room. The rear right zero gravity seat can be adjusted to 121° while the left non-zero gravity seat supports 12° electric adjustment. Additionally, the passenger seat can be folded to fit under the dashboard. Consumers who lock in the order before July 31 can enjoy limited free upgrade to the zero-gravity seat.

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The IM LS7 Max continues the existing design style, featuring petal-shaped rims, closed front face, “L”-shaped headlights, and triangular intelligent interactive lights on both sides below the headlights.

Intelligent driving configurations are major highlights of the IM LS7 Max, realized via two ultra-long range 96-line roof lidars, 11 cameras, 12 ultrasonic radars, 3 millimeter-wave radars, and Nvidia Orin X chip. Starting from the third quarter of this year, all IM models equipped with lidar will have city NOA (navigate on auto-pilot) functions without high-precision maps.

Another highlight is the interior. The most eye-catching is probably the half steering wheel, although more Chinese carmakers are beginning to adopt this design. A 26.3-inch large screen and a 15.5-inch co-pilot screen sit on the dashboard, in addition to a 12.8-inch screen that sits on the center console. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 chip is also not absent.

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Moreover, the IM LS7 Max cancelled the storage slot behind the cup holders.

The IM LS7 Max continues to be powered by a rear electric motor with a maximum power of 250 kW (340 hp) and a peak torque of 475 Nm. Two ternary lithium battery capacities are offered in 90 kWh and 100 kWh, providing a corresponding CLTC range of 640 km and 705 km. The entire series also comes standard with IM Motors’ four-wheel steering and lizard digital chassis, enabling control of the car movement on three axes with six degrees of freedom.

Source: ITHome, IM Motors, DongCheDi

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