Cars – The X9 seven-seater electric SUV features distinctively designed seats designed to strike a balance between functionality and aesthetics. The car emphasizes dynamic aspects with 17 anti-drag features and a drag coefficient of 0.227, which is impressive for a large minivan.
Aside from the aerodynamics, the truck has slim lighting units and door handles installed without protruding. They are joined by a less prominent air intake and a sculpted body. The company did not announce many details, but the car has an elegant cabin with a digital instrument cluster, a distinctive entertainment system, and wooden inlays. They are joined by a dual wireless charger for the smartphone and elegant metal touches.
The second row is the star of the show and is equipped with zero-gravity reclining seats with footrest. Second-row passengers can relax while watching entertainment programs on the large 21.4-inch screen. There is a built-in refrigerator with temperature settings ranging from 0-50°C. The company stated that it also provides a climate control system, which is described as “the world’s first central air conditioner” that provides a “calm and gentle breeze.”
The minivan has a class-leading cabin height and the most spacious third row. The second-row seats are also installed on electric sliders, while the third row folds flat to reveal up to 2,554 litres of storage space.
The car comes with an aluminum frame in the front and back. The model also has rear-wheel steering and air suspension as standard. The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology had previously revealed that the minivan will be offered with two different engines. The single-engine model will have a power of 315 horsepower, while the dual-engine model will have a power of 496 horsepower.
The X9, which is larger than the Chrysler Pacifica, will start at $53,805. Deliveries are scheduled to begin next January.