BEIJING – State-owned Chinese car maker Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co., Ltd. (BAIC) will unveil a sleek coupe powered by an all-electric drivetrain at next month’s Beijing Auto Show, reported leftlanenews.com.
The yet-unnamed model can hit 62 mph from a stop in three seconds flat and reach a top speed of over 160 mph. It can drive for nearly 190 miles on a single charge. Technical specifications have not been published yet.
The two teaser sketches published by BAIC suggest that the coupe boasts a muscular design characterized by a pronounced wheel arches, a low roof line, and a spoiler integrated into the rear deck lid. Its front end gets sharp LED headlights underlined by blue strips of trim and a sizable splitter.
BAIC will release more information about its upcoming EV in the next few weeks.