The road test photos of pure electric Smart at minus 40 degrees were exposed, and some details of interior central control and seat were exposed

2022-07-16 0 By

Some time ago, some netizens asked Master Horn to know the current situation of pure electric Smart?From the Internet, the camouflage prototype has entered the road test stage, and overseas spy photographers have captured its shadow, the new car will be released soon.The all-electric crossover SUV is called #1, and yes!A production version of the Concept #1 shown at the Munich motor Show.The name “#1” is interesting, as the name implies, this car is the first smart car jointly developed by Geely Auto and Mercedes Benz, which is powered by pure electricity.An important point to recall is that in 2019, Geely Auto and Mercedes Benz agreed to form a 50-50 joint venture called Smart Automobile, based in Shanghai, China, to produce and develop Smart cars of the future.Smart #1 electric vehicle is built based on Geely Auto SEA modular pure electric vehicle platform, which supports super fast charging and OTA online upgrade.However, at present the company is still to reveal the specific parameters of the new car, confidentiality has done quite well, only know that the new car wind resistance coefficient is 0.29Cd.The appearance of the new car adopts hidden door handle design and is equipped with a shutter type active closing front grille, effectively reducing the wind resistance coefficient.Prototype test car is intensive tests, was the spy photographer to capture the local temperatures below minus 40 degrees Celsius, that new car is in very cold environment test, the main test battery in extremely low stability situation of power, new car battery thermal management system, according to owner needs to preheat the battery pack.Smart #1 is expected to be launched in China and Europe in the second half of this year.Considering the withdrawal of the Smart brand from the U.S. market in 2020, it is highly likely that the new car will not be sold in the U.S. in the short term, leaving American consumers without the Smart #1 electric vehicle.