SAIC Yuejin Launches First Internet-connected New Energy Light-duty Trucks
Faced with a diverse array of environmental challenges, the Chinese State Council recently issued the Three-Year Action Plan to Win the Blue Sky Defence War to promote the use of new energy vehicles by strengthening the tax support.
Definitely, the Blue Sky Defence War will go on for a long time. In the future, new energy vehicles will have a crucial role to play in the green transportation. SAIC Yuejin, as a leading auto maker in China, has actively responded to this call by launching its first series of Internet new energy light trucks, ushering in a unbounded internet-connected era.
It is said that the vehicle will offer fast charging, a high power capacity and a long battery life. Powered by CATL battery, it has a range of up to 300km and uses on average 25 kWh/100 km electricity. Given simply on a five minutes charge, the vehicle can run for 50 kilometers. In addition, it comes with IP67 water and dust resistance to protect you against wind and rain damage during the travel.
Furthermore, electronic control system used on the vehicle is provided by SAIC- UAES, with intelligent energy management system and UDS intelligent diagnosis system included, making your driving more smart and simple. The direct drive motor equipped is able to produce a maximum peak power of 200kw and a peak torque of 1200N•m, powerful like a tiger. The vehicle can gather speed as fast as a racing car from 0 to 50km/h within only 6.6 seconds and can climb slopes up to 35%.
If you would like to commit yourself to the Blue Sky Defence war, SAIC Yuejin internet new energy vehicle will become your first choice. (www.chinatrucks.com)
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