Cherry Automobile has revealed the price of its QQ Wujie Pro electric vehicle. The car’s base model costs 79,990 yuan (US$11,842) and is available through the iCar Ecosystem. The most expensive trim is 101,900 yuan ($15,086).
The two-door electric hatchback is available in four trim levels, each with a different electric motor performance and range. The standard model has a 301-kilometer driving range, a maximum motor output of 55 kW, and a maximum torque of 150 Nm, good for a top speed of 120 kilometres per hour. A second variant with a driving range of 408 kilometres, a maximum output of 70 kW, a maximum torque of 120 Nm, and a top speed of 125 km/hr is available from Chery. The electric motor is located in the back of both models.
The QQ Wujie Pro is 3402 mm long, 1680 mm wide, and 1550/1559 mm tall, with a 2160 mm wheelbase and 16-inch tyres. It has four seats, however the back seats may be folded to increase cargo space.
A central touchscreen panel with a row of physical buttons just below it allows you to access the car’s settings. Under the buttons is a knob with an unknown function (it could be used to select the gear or volume), and inside the knob is the start-stop button.
A Qualcomm 6155 chip designed for vehicles powers the QQ Wujie Pro. This allows you a 540-degree panoramic view of the area. With the help of the chip, the automobile takes 360-degree and 180-degree pictures of the front and mixes them.
Cherry is proud of the QQ Wujie Pro’s computing capabilities, which are uncommon in compact automobiles.
Cherry’s freshly revised emblem is used on the new tiny electric automobile, which has a dynamic style. At the front, there are two tomahawk-shaped headlamps with a faux grill. The body is built of aircraft-grade aluminium.
In the second quarter of 2022, the Cherry QQ Wujie Pro is slated to be released.
Last year, Chery reintroduced the QQ brand with the Chery QQ Ice Cream launch, aiming to compete with Wuling Hongguang Mini EV.