It is known, the company has 60 outlets operating directly, more than 70 regional distributors and 150 other partner outlets throughout China. Previously, Avatr was known as Changan Nio.
However, the name was changed after Nio’s investment was diluted to less than 1 percent in favor of Huawei and CATL. Quoted from GSM Arena, Saturday (10/29/2022), Huawei and CATL’s first electric car went on sale recently.
The car features the AVATRANS steering system, which enables advanced intelligent driving assist functions in various driving scenarios, including road, urban and parking driving.
The system includes a super-sensing system consisting of 34 sensors including 3 LiDAR, and a central computing system with a computing power of 400 TOPS. The Sisem i uses a 15.6-inch hover screen for the center console, equipped with Huawei’s HarmonyOS.
The Avatr 11 is a mid-to-large SUV (sport utility vehicle) type car with overall dimensions of 4,880 mm x 1,970 mm x 1,601 mm and a wheel base of 2,975mm. This model is equipped with an electric rear wing that automatically lifts when it reaches a speed of 90 km/h and shortens when the speed drops to 60 km/h.
The car is equipped with Huawei’s DriveONE two-motor four-wheel drive system with front and rear motors of 195 kW and 230 kW, respectively, and a maximum torque of 650 Nm.
While acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h will be achieved in 3.98 seconds. The Avatr 11 is equipped with a CTP CATL ternary lithium-ion battery pack with capacity options of 90 kWh and 116 kWh and a CLTC range of 555 km and 680 km, respectively.
The Avatr 11 will be sold at a starting price of USS51,800 million, and consists of three models to choose from. There is also the Avatr 011, which is limited to only 500 units.
While the first deliveries of the Avatr 11 are expected to start in December this year with the most expensive model to be delivered in the first quarter (Q1) 2023.