Bangkok Auto Show: Avita 11 Debuts, Standard with 3 Laser Radars, Supports Advanced Intelligent Driving Assistance

Kevin WongMar 25, 2024, 03:49 PM

At the 2024 Bangkok Motor Show in Thailand, Avita 11 officially debuted. It is worth mentioning that Avita is a high-end intelligent electric vehicle brand, created by China's Changan Automobile, Huawei, and Ningde Times. It combines the advantages of each field, especially Huawei's empowerment, such as HarmonyOS car system, Huawei advanced smart driving system ADS 2.0 (standard with 3 LiDAR), Huawei DriveONE dual motor system, Huawei iTRACK dynamic torque distribution system are good selling points.

In terms of appearance, Avita 11 has a fashionable style overall, and its front face, side, and rear all have a high identification rate. The design sense is very strong and can be called artwork. In the Chinese market, its high value has become an important reason for consumers to choose it.

In terms of body size, Avita 11 is positioned as a mid-to-large SUV, with lengths, widths, and heights of 4880/1970/1601mm, and a wheelbase of 2975mm.

In terms of interior design, Avita 11 adopts a minimalist design concept and is equipped with a 15.6-inch central control screen, a 10.25-inch driving entertainment screen, and a 10.25-inch full LCD instrument panel. It carries Huawei's HarmonyOS vehicle system and supports 5G networks, four-wheel domain voice recognition, gesture control, facial recognition, mobile app remote function, in-car biological monitoring system, simulated sound waves, and other functions.

In the field of intelligent driving, the new car comes standard with 34 smart driving sensors, including 3 lidars, 13 cameras, 12 ultrasonic radars, and 6 millimeter-wave radars. It is equipped with Huawei's ADS 2.0 assisted driving system, capable of assisted driving on highways and city roads. Moreover, the new car can achieve intelligent driving NCA without relying on high-precision maps, covering more than 300 cities nationwide, including provinces, cities, counties, towns, and villages. At the same time, it is not afraid of real-world changes, constantly optimizing algorithms, and is also fearless of scenarios such as subway construction, tidal lanes, and traffic control.

In terms of power, the Avita 11 HarmonyOS Smart Selection upgrade is based on the full-stack 800V high-voltage electrical platform, equipped with Huawei's DriveONE high-voltage electric drive, offering both single-motor rear-wheel drive and dual-motor all-wheel drive options. The single-motor version has a maximum power of 230 kilowatts, peak torque of 370 Newton-meters, and official 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 6.6 seconds. In terms of endurance, it offers the option of ternary lithium battery packs with capacities of 90 kilowatt-hours and 116 kilowatt-hours, offering pure electric range of 630km and 730km under CLTC conditions, respectively.

The dual-motor version has a system combined power of 425 kilowatt, and peak torque of 650 Newton-meters. The official 0-100 km/h acceleration time is 3.98 seconds. In terms of endurance, it also offers the option of ternary lithium battery packs with capacities of 90 kilowatt-hours and 116 kilowatt-hours, offering pure electric mileage of 580km and 700km under CLTC conditions, respectively.

As for the chassis, it adopts a front double wishbone and rear five-link independent suspension design, coupled with Huawei's iTRACK dynamic torque distribution system, offering better control and comfort. (Author: Wu Qixing)

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