The Taiwanese manufacturer unveils its new Luxgen n7 electric SUV, its first model designed in partnership with Foxtron, the automotive division of Foxconn.
In October 2021, the Taiwanese giant Foxconn presented a concept car signed Pininfarina announcing the Foxtron Model C, its first electric vehicle based on the new MIH Open platform. Even before this one goes into production, here it is already declined for Luxgena brand of Yulon Motor Group, Taiwan’s largest automaker.
This new Luxgen n7 is in fact based on the Foxtron Model Cbut does have a few differences that set it apart from its cousin, such as new headlights, a redesigned shield, new rims and even more conventional door handles.
The Luxgen n7 will have more or less the same characteristics as the Foxtron Model C, with its 4.64 meters long and its wheelbase of 2.86 meters. It could also offer up to seven seats on board, all in three rows of seats.
Under the hood, we should find an electric motor allowing the model to swallow the 0 to 100 km/h in 3.8 secondsall with an announced autonomy of 700 kilometers thanks to a 56 kWh battery. The model will offer rear-wheel drive, but a four-wheel-drive version could be added to the catalog in the future.
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Luxgen has already opened reservations for its n7 SUV, at a price starting at around 1 million new Taiwan dollars, the equivalent ofaround 32,300 euro. Foxconn also announced that the Foxtron Model C would display prices more or less similar to those of the Luxgen n7.
To reserve their Luxgen n7, customers are invited to deposit a deposit of 1,000 new Taiwan dollars (about 32 euros), and the first customers will have access to several exclusive features such as an invitation to the first test drives of the model, as well asa new NFT.
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Indeed, the Luxgen n7 is a modern and connected vehicle, which will be connected to a unique identification certificate, which will make it possible to follow the history of maintenance, the purchase of spare parts but also the records of accidents. Thus, this will make it possible to certify all these operations, and to facilitate the resale of the vehicle once on the second-hand market.
The first deliveries of the Luxgen n7 are expected for the second semestre 2023. By then, Foxtron should also launch its Model C: the two models could still compete in the electric car market. For the moment, no export to Europe has been announced by the two partners.
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