- New Model Y declaration image exposed, motor power down
- Lamborghini pure electric models will be unveiled around 2027
- The new i3 is here, and the BMW Brilliance i3 is listed in the catalog of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology
- Audi confirms that the successor to the R8 will be a pure electric model
- 2022 Audi A4L officially launched, starting from RMB 306,800
- Euler announced the latest compensation plan for the good cat chip incident
- China Automotive Research Institute first publicizes 55km/h high-speed roll test
- The world's largest “battery energy storage station'' will use Tesla batteries
- Is Japan becoming a follower of pure electric vehicles because it is too advanced?
- United Nations Development Program: China is at the forefront of hydrogen energy applications
- FIA reiterates its clauses on violations of sports ethics
- Do you know the history of car keys?
- Today's topic: Would you choose to import A4?
Today, Dong Chehui obtained the new Tesla Model Y application drawing from the 351st batch of new product announcements by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Judging from the application information, the new car will be equipped with a lithium iron phosphate battery with a maximum power of 260 horsepower.
It is worth mentioning that Tesla China just launched the Model Y rear-wheel drive version in November, the official price is 276,000 yuan, and its 100-kilometer acceleration time is 6.9 seconds. The cruising range under CLTC conditions is 545km.
Compared with current models, the new models have lower motor power and are equipped with lithium iron phosphate batteries. It is believed that the price will drop further.
According to InsideEVs, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann said in an interview with Yahoo Finance yesterday that Lamborghini's first pure electric model will be launched between 2027 and 2028 and may also use synthetic fuels.
According to the plan, Lamborghini will launch its first plug-in hybrid model in 2023. At the end of 2024, its focus will be on the transition to hybrid power, and all three product lines will be electrified.
From 2025, the CO2 emissions of Lamborghini's hybrid model series will be reduced by 50%. And technically, more lightweight materials such as carbon fiber will be used to offset the increase in vehicle weight caused by electrification, so that Lamborghini has an excellent power-to-weight ratio.
In addition, Lamborghini's first plug-in hybrid model will be the mid-term facelift Urus, and the new car will be released in 2023.
The new i3 is here, and the BMW Brilliance i3 is listed in the catalog of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology
We also found the new i3 in the 351st batch of purchase tax exemption catalogue issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
But this time it is the BMW Brilliance i3.
The new car is based on the current 3 series, the light set has been adjusted, and it adopts a closed grille and new 18/19-inch wheels. The body has added blue elements representing pure electric models. The rear axle will be equipped with air as standard. The suspension is expected to be available next year.
In terms of body size, the length, width and height of the new car are 4872mm*1846mm*1481mm respectively, and the wheelbase is 2966mm, which is 5mm longer than the domestic long-axis three-series wheelbase.
The BMW Brilliance i3 is equipped with a 250kW motor, which matches the ternary lithium battery pack produced by BMW Brilliance.
Haha don't scold first, don't scold first, wait until I try.
Linda Kurz, head of product marketing for Audi Sport's, confirmed to CNET yesterday that the successor to the Audi R8 will not use an internal combustion engine.
She pointed out that after trying to build the e-tron GT, the Audi Sport department will fully electrify the R series.
Of course, this is not easy. Audi was also worried about whether the battery technology is mature enough and whether it can support the performance of sports cars.
However, as the cost of electric vehicles continues to decline and efficiency increases, there should be greater improvements in the next few years.
According to Audi's plan, the RS series will also move towards the goal of electrification. By 2026, 80% of RS models will be electrified, including the upcoming pure electric RS models.
The new Audi A4L was officially launched today, with 7 models in the price range of RMB 306,800 to RMB 396,800.
As a modified model, the new car will follow the design of the old model as a whole, and will continue to introduce two different styles of front face design to choose from.
It is worth mentioning that in this change, the Audi A4L 40TFSI quattro model will be upgraded to the "RS Edition". With the support of the RS style package, the new car will have a visual impact comparable to the RS 4.
In terms of power, the new car will continue to launch three power versions for consumers to choose:
- 35 TFSI: 110kW 2.0T low-power engine;
- 40 TFSI: 140kW 2.0T high-power engine;
- 45 TFSI: 185kW 2.0T high-power engine.
In addition, 40 TFSI high-end models and 45 TFSI models will be equipped with a four-wheel drive system. (Car House)
A4L and 3 series, how do you choose?
Euler announced the latest compensation plan for the good cat chip incident
Today, Euler officially updated its compensation plan for the promotional content of Euler’s "Coffee Smart Car Control System".
Earlier, Euler offered to give away 7,200 yuan worth of "A Tiger Wings Benefit Package", which includes:
- Free upgrade of CarPlay and HiCar functions, and R&D personnel are developing the system;
- Extend the free entertainment data package for two years;
- The life-long warranty service of Sanden, the first owner of the car.
Today’s updated compensation plan adds “the first car owner to enjoy 10,000 yuan charging rights”, and upgrades the original “Sandian Lifetime Warranty Service” to “Full Vehicle Lifetime Warranty Service”.
This is much more cost-effective than paying one back and three. (Manual dog head)
According to CCTV News, the China Automotive Technology Research Center recently released the 55km/h high-speed roll test results for the first time.
It is understood that in this vehicle rollover test, the test vehicle began to roll after being accelerated to 55 km/h by the tractor. The rollover pavement was an asphalt concrete pavement, which was closer to real traffic accident conditions.
Experts pointed out that although there is no mandatory roll test standard in China, the test speed is higher this time, which is 14% higher than the US standard of 48.3km/h.
From the perspective of the whole process of this test, the body structure of the test car remains intact, which can provide enough living space for the passengers in the car; the vehicle restraint system including side air curtains, side airbags and seat belts all explode during the rollover process, which can reduce Injury to the occupants. In addition, no fuel leak was found on site. (Quick Technology)
The data and parameters accumulated in each test are of important reference significance for further improving the safety of the vehicle.
CNBC reported yesterday that on Wednesday, local time, in Victoria, Australia, the world's largest battery-based energy storage system was officially launched. The energy storage system uses Tesla's Megapack energy storage battery series.
Large-scale energy storage systems based on lithium batteries allow power companies to store and use intermittent renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind energy.
According to reports, the electricity stored in this energy storage facility can be used by 1 million households in Australia for half an hour, or 650,000 households can be used continuously for one hour.
Although this is not a very long power supply time, short-term backup power supply service will also bring great convenience to a large number of people.
Is Japan becoming a follower of pure electric vehicles because it is too advanced?
"Today, Nissan ranks only seventh in the pure electric vehicle market. This news really surprised me." Nikkei News commentator Atsushi Nakayama said.
Nissan has shown itself as a pioneer, and in 2010 launched its first mass-produced pure electric vehicle, the Leaf. Tesla, now a leader in the pure electric vehicle industry, was just a start-up at that time.
But in the 11 years since the launch of the Leaf, the impression that Japanese car companies have brought to the world is not a pioneer in decarbonization, but a follower who has not been able to catch up with the trend. This is regrettable.
What Nissan encountered can be considered to be the "first mover's dilemma" that the market has not kept up with because it has acted prematurely.
At that time, Nissan predicted that in 2020, the world's pure electric vehicle market will reach 10 million units. Therefore, it bet on small cars that have small profit margins but are regarded as "mass consumer goods." But in fact, the market size of pure electric vehicles last year was only 2 million.
Although Lefeng is not regarded as a "failure work," its strategy of excessively pursuing scale from the very beginning may be wrong. Once the development stalls, investment and R&D will fall into a vicious circle, and it will be difficult to regain momentum.
According to Xinhua News Agency, Bai Yating, the representative of the United Nations Development Program in China, said publicly yesterday:
In the past five years, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have carried out demonstration operations in cities across China. China’s production of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles has reached nearly 8,000, and more than 100 hydrogen refueling stations have been built. The forefront of hydrogen energy applications.
Bai Yating said that increasing the production of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and expanding the scale of the hydrogen energy economy are critical to future development. The large-scale deployment of hydrogen energy requires government departments to issue relevant policies to vigorously promote the green development of the hydrogen energy industry and make hydrogen cleaner and cheaper.
At present, hydrogen energy is still facing challenges in commercialization, and the transportation and storage of hydrogen energy needs to be solved urgently.
FIA reiterates its clauses on violations of sports ethics
This week, the FIA FIA reiterated in the first edition of the event notes the provisions of the International Sports Code concerning violations of sports ethics.
12.2.1 Behavior clause: Any behavior that violates the fairness of the game, is not in accordance with the sports ethics, or attempts to affect the result of the game in a way that violates the sports ethics.
12.4.5 Penalty clause: The tournament official may decide to impose the following penalties: suspension, cancellation of tournament points, etc.
This weekend, F1 will usher in the last race of the season, Red Bull driver Verstappen and Mercedes driver Hamilton will compete for the annual championship at this station.
If both drivers retire due to a collision, the winner of the year will be Verstappen, who has a larger number of championships.
FIA: Don't hit it, the points will be cancelled.
Do you know the history of car keys?
In fact, after so many years of development, the humble car key has also undergone many changes.
Car keys have to start with classic cars from the beginning of the last century. With the advent of hand-cranked engines, crank handles also came into being.
This kind of key does not have the function of opening and closing the door. It is purely to bring the car engine up by the speed, so as to complete the start of the car.
In the 1920s, a "knife-style" car key was born. It can switch the circuit, ignite the engine, and even lock the steering wheel.
In order to prevent the theft of the model, in 1986, Chevrolet Corvette added a coded resistor in the key, without which the car cannot be started. Until the 90s. GM generally adopts this anti-theft system (Vehicle Anti-Theft System).
In pursuit of greater convenience, the vehicle remote control was born. Since then, the unlocking lock has been changed from "manual" to "automatic".
In order to be more convenient to carry, in 1990, Mercedes SL introduced a "button spring to open (switchblade)" car key, which combined the remote control and the key into one. This design is still in use today.
Nowadays, with the continuous innovation of wireless control technology, car keys are no longer limited to the traditional key form. More and more models support smart phones to unlock and lock, and can even realize functions such as calling and automatic parking.
Today's topic: Would you choose to import A4?
Today, when the new A4L was launched, Dong Chejun remembered such a car: it has a uniquely shaped tail, and…
Well, I really can't think of it.
It must be admitted that, except for the tail styling, the imported Audi A4 is not very different from the domestic A4L in other respects, but it is much more expensive.
Would you choose imported A4 for the shape of the station wagon?
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