Xpeng P6 spied and is a sleek four-door electric coupe with up to 700km range

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After the unveiling of the Xpeng Mona M03, spy shots have emerged of another new Xpeng likely to see production this year. Codenamed F57 the car is believed to be called the Xpeng P6 and is a 4-door coupe. From the pictures, it looks as if it will be a fastback style and according to previous reports will come in 550, 600 and 700 km range versions.

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Currently, the car is still heavily camouflaged, however, we can see that at the front it has a low hood and that it seems to have a fairly sleek style similar to that of the Xpeng P7 and the Mona M03. The light clusters appear to be mounted quite low and are possibly T-shaped as with the Mona M03. The area is also likely to house Lidar units which is the common location on Xpeng vehicles. From the side we can see that there are hidden door handles and it seems that there are frameless doors. The roofline at the back gradually flows down to the tail making us believe that this is a fastback style car.

Overall the visual center of gravity is biased towards the rear. Various bulges can be seen from the spy shots and these are foam material used in the disguise; the actual car should be much smoother. It is possible that the foam is making the car look like a fastback when it is in fact just a sedan. A shot of the Michelin tires shows us that the car is shod with 21-inch wheels.

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If the numbering system is to be believed then the P6, if this car is called P6, must fit somewhere between the P5 and P7 in terms of size. However, there is already very little difference in length between the two cars the P5 (see specs) being 4860 mm and the P7 (see specs) 4888 mm. The main difference is the wheelbase which for the smaller car is 2768 mm and for the P7 2998 mm. We can expect the new car to be based on the SEPA 2.0 platform and so likely have a much longer wheelbase than the P5.

There are also spy shots of the interior of the Xpeng P6 and we can see that the car has a similar style to other members of the Xpeng family. It has a centrally mounted infotainment screen and we can see rising up to it wireless phone charging pads behind which there are dual cup holders and a rear opening cubbyhole. The center console is a floating design with another storage compartment underneath the wireless phone charging pads. Due to the angle of the spy shot we can currently tell little more about the interior other than that drive selection will be via a steering wheel column-mounted stalk. Presumably, as with other Xpeng cars it will not feature a head-up display.

The P6 will be an all-electric car and will be available with three different ranges 550, 600, and 700 kilometers. From the pictures, it is possible that the new car will have air suspension.

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According to a road map previously exposed 2024 should be a busy year for Xpeng with five cars due to release before 2025. However, it looks as if cars will not be actually following the timeline in the roadmap. We now know that the F59 car shown in that road map is the Mona M03, SOP for that was put at December 2024, however, it is due to go on sale much sooner than that. Also by now we should have seen the G7 codenamed E39. This new SUV is scheduled to be produced in Xpeng’s Guangzhou factory and should have SOP in Q3. Presumably, a number of the cars on the road map will now not launch sales until 2025. Coming in 2026 we can expect the first model being jointly developed by Xpeng and Volkswagen to launch, it will be an SUV of a similar size to the Xpeng G9.

The Xpeng P6 should be launched before the end of the year and could be part of Xpeng’s drive to expand sales in Europe.

Source: Autohome

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