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The recreational SUV with seating for seven and a flagship luxury sedan both deliver astounding acceleration figures and a 700km range.

19 Oct 2021 | International News : Taiwan

Taiwanese multinational electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Technology Group (better known as Foxconn), has revealed its intention to break into the electric car market with two new concepts, the Model C recreational vehicle, and the Model E flagship sedan.

The Model C electric SUV is built on Foxconn's electric vehicle open platform, said to maximise seating space from reducing the area needed for mechanical components. Seating for up to seven is offered, with a 4,640mm long body and a wheelbase of 2,860mm, making the Model C easy to navigate through crowded metro areas while still offering the luxury of a larger car.

The Model E is a flagship sedan concpet, said to have rear seating that can seamlessly transform into a mobile office
No official power figures have been provided for the Model C, however, Foxconn does state that the SUV will complete the century sprint in just 3.8 seconds, while a 0.27 drag coefficient contributes to a range of 700km.

The second electric car, the Model E, was jointly developed by Foxconn and Italian design firm Pininfarina.

The all-electric luxury flagship sedan is said to have rear seating that allows the car to transform into a dedicated mobile office, with seamless connectivity to personal mobile devices. A series of smart applications such as face recognition door opening and smart windows also feature on the Model E.

A power output of 740bhp will allow the Model E to accelerate to 100km/h from a standstill in just 2.8 seconds. Range for the Model E meanwhile, stands at 750km.

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