The LUXGEN neora Intelligent Electric Concept

LUXGEN neora Concept

LUXGEN neora Concept

The LUXGEN neora intelligent electric concept premieres at the Auto Shanghai 2011.

"neora perfectly represents LUXGEN's brand spirit of Think Ahead, and the new form of appearance will be the design cues for LUXGEN's upcoming models in the future. Its streamline flow, and the innovation of lightweight, as well as fuel economy, represent the novelty of LUXGEN's energy saving future technologies." said Mr. James Shyr, Executive Vice President of HAITEC from Yulon Group.

The front of the LUXGEN neora has been designed to improve fuel economy, aerodynamics and aesthetics. A minimised air intake area decreases the drag coefficient whilst enhancing aesthetics and energy efficiency. A design concept of electric power elements is applied on the headlights, as the illuminating components inside the headlights create the hi-tech visual effect. The larger angle of the rear side lights emphasizes the body lines and its strong characteristics.

The LUXGEN neora's front wheels are powered by an 180KW electric induction motors. With a body weight of 1600kg, 0-62mph is achieved in 6.5 seconds, on to a top speed of 250km/h. The 48KWh lithium-ion batteries can be charged up to 80% in one hour, and when fully charged, offer the LUXGEN neora a range of up to 400km.

Features include a PDLC electric glass sunroof, with rear passengers benefiting from an LED screen based infotainment system, whilst the driver is provided with important information via a head-up display. A 9 inch active intelligent information system displays navigational guidance as well as being able to exchange information with other vehicles.

Recycled wood is used to present the environmentally sustainable concept on both the colours and materials by applying the leather in earth tone colours to match the original wood scheme. The centre console also applies the raw wooden scheme which is originated from non-processed and non-dyed raw materials. Aside from sustainability messages, a natural pure innocence is expressed through the interior design.

26 April 2011 Staff

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