The production version of the Avatr 11 has just been launched in China, having first been launched by the brand in November last year.
Avatr is a joint venture between Changan Automobile, a lithium-ion battery provider CATL, and Huawei. The Avatr 11 is built on the EP1 platform with a length of 4,880 mm (192 inches), width 1,970 mm (77.5 inches), height 1,601 mm (63 inches) and a wheelbase of 2,975 mm (117 inches).
The Avatr 11 uses a pair of electric motors that deliver 578 hp and 479 lb-ft (650 Nm) of torque. The electric motor was developed by Huawei and consists of a 265 hp unit driving the front wheels and a 313 hp motor for the rear wheels.
The Avatr 11 packs a 90.38 kWh battery pack in the standard model or a 116.79 kWh pack in the flagship model.
This electric vehicle can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 3.98 seconds with a top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph). The variant with the 90.38 kWh battery has an estimated range of 555 km, while the model using the 116.79 kWh battery has an estimated range of 680 km. For charging, the Avatr 11 supports a 240 kW charge, which makes the vehicle receive a range of 200 km in just 10 minutes.
This electric SUV has several intelligent driving features supported by 34 different sensors, including 3 LiDARS. This gives the vehicle several features such as lane change assistance, traffic light recognition, and pedestrian detection.
Avatar 11 comes in the form of four seats or five seats. From the interior, there’s a dashboard that houses a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a 15.6-inch infotainment screen, and a 10.25-inch passenger display running Huawei software.
The Hara Avatr 11 starts at 349,900 RMB or $51,800. If you want a more luxurious trim, the price swells to 369,900 RMB ($54,785).
For the 116.78 kWh battery version, prices start at 409,900 RMB ($60,700). Additionally, the Avatr 011 MMW launched back in May is available from 600,000 RMB ($88,865).