In the online launch event, the Li L8 comes in medium to large sizes with six seats available. The Li L8 measures 5,080mm in length, 1,995mm in width, 1,800mm in height and has a wheelbase of 3,005mm.
The car comes with a starting price of RMB 359,800 ($50,730) and deliveries will begin in late November.
The L8 comes with a 1.5 liter range extender and a 42.8kWh battery, which gives it a total range of 1,315 km, of which 210km comes from the electric battery. The L8 can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.5 seconds, one second faster than the Li ONE.
The Li L8 comes in two variants – Pro and Max. The former starts at CNY 359,800 ($50,500) while the latter configuration starts at CNY 399,800 ($56,100).
The Pro option gets the AD Pro powered by the homemade Horizon Robotics Journey 5 chip with 128 TOPS of computing power. This variant sports an 8MP front camera and five 2MP peripheral cameras along with four 2MP surround view cameras. The cockpit uses a Qualcomm 8155 chip with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
AD Max, on the other hand, relies on Nvidia’s Orin X chip with 508 TOPS of computing power. This tier also uses 6x 8MP and 5x 2MP cameras in addition to other sensors and the AT128 LiDAR system. The AD Max uses the same Qualcomm 8155 chip to power the infotainment system but doubles the RAM and storage of the AD Pro configuration.
While shipments for the Li L8 are expected to begin in late November, at least for those who order now.