A REALLY cool looking "little" car/SUV. I absolutely LOVE THE DOORS!! OK, maybe they're not all that practical - probably too big within the confines of a tight parking spot......but with the elimination of the B-pillar it creates a HUGE opening space for loading things behind the front seats. Now, if the doors were electric and had two settings - a "minimal opening" setting for tight parking spots and a "full opening" setting when you had the space you needed - that would work! This is a funky, cool, unique car that has a personality all it's own - there are hints of the Honda Element there but just a little......this car still has it's own STYLE. I don't know how much of this will survive when it reaches the production stage (assuming they build and sell it), but I love it just the way it is - come on Brilliance.......build it (just like this) and they will come!!
A large battery pack using lithium ion technology is reportedly capable of providing a range of around 93 miles (150 kilometers). The Chinese automaker claims that this battery can be hooked to a 220V charger that can use a "Quick Charge" feature to replenish the pack to about 80 percent in just 30 minutes.
Driving the rear wheels is a 47kW permanent magnet electric motor that puts out about 90 lb-ft of torque (120 NM) and is capable of revving to 10,000 RPM. But wait, there's more! A second electric motor powers the front wheels at speeds of around 25 miles per hour for city use. Top speed with both motors engaged is around 80 mph.
This interesting Brilliance EV concept is proof that the Chinese don’t like to be left behind. Despite having a very new car industry, that hasn’t stopped Brilliance coming up with this all electric EV concept.
I think this car is HOT!!!