Evolute to start importing Voyah luxury electric cars
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Before the launch of Evolute cars, a Free crossover from the Voyah sub-brand owned by Dongfeng Corporation was seen in Moscow. It was supposed to be included in the line of the Russian brand Evolute, but, as it turned out later, there was no place for the flagship model in it. Most likely, the partners reasoned that the Voyah Free was too high-tech and distinctive compared to the budget Dongfengs represented by the Evolute i-Pro sedan, i-Joy and i-Jet crossovers, and other planned models.

One way or another, but Voyah Free rode on the roads of the capital for good reason: an electric SUV will enter the Russian market. Motorinvest, the official representative of Voyah in our country, said that Free will be available for order in the near future.

“Voyah is intended to lead the premium segment of the auto market on new energy sources thanks to the development of an official dealer network and unique technological features of the product,” the official statement says. “In the near future, the company will present the first models that will be officially available in Russia. Motorinvest plans to “also the development of the official Voyah dealer network with a full range of premium services. To date, 15 contracts have already been signed in large cities of the Russian Federation.”

Voyah Free has a length of 4905 mm with a wheelbase of 2960 mm, width and height are 1950 and 1645 mm, respectively. The salon is designed for five people, the volume of the luggage compartment is 560/1320 liters.

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The power of the power plant, consisting of two electric motors, is 488 hp, maximum torque – 750 Nm. The battery capacity is 103 kWh, which is enough for 500 km (according to the European WLTP cycle). Top speed is 200 km/h, acceleration from standstill to 100 km/h takes Voyah 4.7 seconds.

The list of equipment includes three monitors in the front panel with a diagonal of 12.3 inches each, a Dynaudio audio system with ten speakers, wireless charging, a surround view camera system, an automatic parking assistant, adaptive cruise control with traffic sign recognition, markings and a traffic assistant in traffic jams. , driver fatigue monitoring system, night vision system, various collision avoidance systems under various scenarios.

Russian prices for Voyah Free have not yet been announced. Earlier, “RG” told what price could be assigned for a novelty. In China, the cost of a car starts at 313,600 yuan (2,646,784 rubles).

Currently, in addition to the Free crossover, the Dreamer minivan is present in the Voyah lineup in China. In the future, they will be joined by a powerful sedan.

Photo: www.autohome.com.cn.

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