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NIO ET7 Electric Car
NIO was established in November 2014 as a global electric vehicle company. The company works in world-class research and development, design, and manufacturing centers in Shanghai, Beijing, San Jose, Munich, London, and six other locations.
In 2017, NIO unveiled its vision car EVE and announced that the NIO EP9 had set a new world speed record for an autonomous vehicle in the Circuit of Americas.
NIO officially launched the high-performance long-range electric SUV, the NIO ES6, at NIO Day on December 15, 2018. On May 28, 2019, the first production model ES6 JAC began at the NIO Advanced Manufacturing Center. NIO officially started the deliveries of ES6 on 18 June 2019.
NIO officially launched the EC6, a 5-seater smart premium electric coupe SUV, in December 2019 and commenced deliveries of the EC6 in September 2020.
On January 9, 2021, the NIO ET7, the smart electric flagship sedan and the first autonomous driving model from NIO, was officially launched. Here is NIO ET7 Price, Range, and Battery Details
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Nio, a Chinese EV company, has revealed its first sedan, the ET7, which will go on sale in the country in 2022, with a range of more than 965km and autonomous driving capabilities.
- Two electric motors work together to generate 653hp and 911 Nm of torque.
- To be available with battery options ranging from 500km to over 1,000km in range.
- The Nio ET7 was designed by NIO as a four-door coupe fastback.
- Three cameras mounted on the raked windshield monitored the road ahead and assisted the autonomous driving system.
|Acceleration (0-100 kph)||3.9 seconds to cover 0-62 Mph|
|Dual-Motor Setup||644 Horsepower|
|627 Pound-Feet Of Torque||0-60 Mph In 3.9 Seconds|
|Air Suspension Offered As Standard|
The Nio ET7 will only be available with a dual-motor option. The front axle is powered by a permanent magnet motor, while the rear axle is powered by an induction motor.
The front motor produces 241 horses, while the rear motor produces 403 ponies, for a total output of 644 horses and 627 pound-feet of torque. It takes 3.9 seconds to accelerate from a standstill to 60 mph.
The 0-60 mph time is impressive on paper, but when compared to its main rival, it falls short. Nio also noted that the sedan comes to a stop from 62 mph in 33.5 meters. The ET7 comes standard with air suspension in all trim levels.
|Simple, Clean Cabin.||Two-Spoke, Dual-Tone Steering Wheel.|
|Nappa Leather Upholstery.||Aero Headrests At The Back.|
|Microfiber Headliner.||Ambient Lighting.|
The cabin is minimalistic, with all features controlled by a large floating touchscreen on the center console. Because of some excellent integration, the air vents are virtually invisible. The dual-tone two-spoke steering wheel has a flat bottom that adds a touch of sportiness.
Nio has provided the “Karuun Renewable Rattan,” which is essentially a material from tropical rain forests and is available in 14 pieces inside the cabin. This compensates for the ‘nature’ theme in the car.
At the back of the seats, there are ‘aero headrests.’ They are heated, ventilated, and have a massage function. Nio’s upholstery is made of Nappa leather, and the headliner is made of microfiber. Aside from that, the ET7 has waterfall ambient lighting that can be customized with the 64 available color options.
|One Of The Smartest-Looking EVs.||Slim LED Headlights With DRLs.|
|Frameless Windows.||Full-Width LED Taillight.|
|Flush Door Handles.||Drag Coefficient Of 0.23 Is Better Than Tesla Model S.|
It has super-slim LED headlights with integrated double-dash daytime running lights upfront. The design is simple, with no heavy cuts or creases. Despite this, it appears to be quite muscular. The ET7’s grille-less face looks odd on most EVs, but not on this one. The integration of the frunk lip and bumper is seamless, and it is one of the better overall designs we’ve seen in recent years.
The side profile is very tidy. The windows are frameless, and the door handles are flush with the body. When you get close to the car, they spread out. The sweeping lines not only improve the look of the ET7 but also help with performance and range. The Nio ET7 has a 0.23 coefficient of drag racing, which is higher than the 0.24 rating of the Tesla Model S.
The rear is just as stylish as the rest of the vehicle. The full-width LED ‘crystal-like heartbeat’ tail light illuminates sequentially. The Sportback-like vibes aren’t for everyone, but they don’t make the ET7 look awkward. If you look closely, you’ll notice a few humps and bulges on the roof. These are the locations where Nio has placed the sensors for self-driving.
has a 120.5-inch wheelbase, ensuring that the cabin is spacious for both front and rear passengers. Overall, the Nio ET7 is a smart vehicle that will please everyone while offending no one.
Battery and Range
The Company Offerers this electric car With Three Battery pack Options
|70 KWh Battery||311-Mile Range|
|100 KWh Battery||435 Mile-Range|
|150 KWh Battery||621-Mile Range|
The ET7 will be available with three different battery pack configurations. The smallest option is a 70 kWh battery pack, which can travel more than 311 miles on a single charge according to the NEDC cycle.
The 100 kWh pack comes next, with a range of over 435 miles. The 150kWh pack comes with a range of over 621 miles.
Price in USA and China
|NIO ET7 Price||448,000 yuan or $69,000 US Doller|
The ET7 is currently available for pre-order in China and is expected to be available for purchase in the first quarter of 2022. Sales in Germany would begin soon, to deliver ET7 EVs to customers in the fourth quarter of 2022.
So far, there is no confirmation on how much the ET7 will cost in Germany, though NIO has previously stated that the 70 kWh version will start at around 448,000 yuan in China. This equates to approximately 59,000 euros or $69,000 US Doller (around Rs. 54 lakhs in Indian rupees).