2023 NIO EC7 – Hi-Tech Electric Coupe SUV / 644 HP, Up To 584 miles, 850 Nm. Nio is one of China’s more interesting automakers and the company has unveiled the new EC7 as well as the redesigned ES8.
The EC7 is being billed as a “mid-large flagship coupe SUV” that sports a drag coefficient as low as 0.23. The company says this gives the model the lowest drag coefficient of any crossover in the world.
In order to hit that figure, the EC7 features a streamlined design with flush-mounted door handles as well as a rakish windscreen that flows into a sloping roof. The model also has an active rear wing, which is a first for the automaker.
Elsewhere, there’s a large panoramic glass roof that uses double-layer sound and heat insulating glass. However, it’s more notable for having electrochromic technology which allows for five levels of transparency ranging from clear to opaque.
In terms of size, the crossover measures 195.6 inches (4,968 mm) long, 77.7 inches (1,974 mm) wide, and 67.5 inches (1,714 mm) tall with a wheelbase that spans 116.5 inches (2,960 mm). To put those numbers into perspective, the EC7 is slightly longer, narrower, and taller than the BMW X6.
Moving into the cabin, the entry-level variant comes nicely equipped with a 10.2-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12.8-inch infotainment system. They’re joined by perforated synthetic leather front seats with heating, ventilation and massage functions. More notably, the crossover has a “Queen’s co-pilot” front passenger seat with a one-button comfort mode that lifts a footrest while also lowering the backrest to give its occupant a ‘zero-gravity’ feel.
Other highlights include a tri-zone climate control system, a smart fragrance system, and a 23-speaker audio system with Dolby Atmos technology. Rear seat passengers haven’t been forgotten as they’ll find a 6.6-inch display and heated seats with power recline.
On the performance front, customers can get 75, 100, and 150 kWh battery packs that offer ranges of up to 304 miles (490 km), 395 miles (635 km), and 584 miles (940 km), respectively, in the CLTC cycle. Regardless of which battery is selected, the crossover coupe has a dual-motor all-wheel drive system producing a combined output of 644 hp (480 kW / 653 PS) and 626 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque. This enables the model to hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in as little as 3.8 seconds.
The EC7 is now available to order and deliveries are slated to begin in May. Pricing starts at ¥488,000 ($70,113) and climbs to ¥546,000 ($78,447) for models equipped with the 100 kWh battery pack. If that’s too steep, Nio offers a battery-as-a-service option that reduces the price tag to ¥418,000 ($60,056).
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