Bangkok Motor Show: Xpeng Voyager X2 with a Range of 35 Minutes and a Top Speed of 130km/h

Kevin WongMar 25, 2024, 01:08 PM

At the 45th Bangkok Auto Show, Xpeng, a Chinese brand, brought the Voyager x2 aircraft. This aircraft has a very sci-fi shape, with a black plastic material close to the headlights at the front of the car. Overall, it appears high-end and fashionable. In addition, the black eagle-eye headlights can enhance the sense of layering of the front of the car.



Horn-shaped air inlets are designed at the sides and tail of the car, coupled with the brushed treatment of the metallic color of the body. It is worth noting that this aircraft uses the seagull wing door opening method with the flight spiral set at the back of the body.





The central control screen is one of the highlights of the interior of this aircraft due to a clear and tidy 8.0-inch central display screen, voice recognition, and navigation functions while the interior of the aircraft uses light and dark patchwork painting.



Regarding the layout of the interior space, Xpeng designers have considered the driving comfort of both the driver and the passengers. The front driving area is spacious, used to place the vehicle's control panel and the manual and electric machines to unlock the central area, with a lithium-ion battery configured at the bottom. Such a design looks very compact but ensures good visibility and ride comfort.



The Voyager x2 uses an electric turbine dual-drive system. This car is equipped with three 5KW electric engines, enabling the car to fly. The total power output is 15KW, and the horsepower has reached 20, which is equivalent to a small mechanical device. The dual-drive engine system ensures that the voyager x2 can autonomously match the appropriate torque in the flight state.


(Photos/Text/Shooting: Pacific Auto Pan Honghan)

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