All About Chery Ant With Eye-Catching Design & Not Practical Front Grille!

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Chery ant is the latest electric SUV from the Chinese automaker that was introduced in 2021 and now it is available in the market. The Ant is also known as the eQ5 and it is one of the NEV series cars from Chery.

In terms of design, it has an eye-catching design with its crystal headlights and distinct daytime running lights. The circular fog lights are also located on the front bumper. There is almost no practical grille for the Ant as there is no need for it on electric vehicles.

Chery Ant

From the side, it looks like a coupe SUV with its sloped roof. Wheel arches and silver accents on the roof and side skirt are other highlights here. The 20-inch alloy wheels design is also dynamic and they are finished in black. They are wrapped with 245mm tires.

Chery Ant

At the rear, there is a light bar on the top of Chery lettering and taillights also look dynamic and nice. Dynamic is not only limited to the look because Chery Ant is a rear-wheel-drive SUV with front McPherson independent suspension, rear multi-link independent suspension. It’s electric motor can produce 178 hp and 280 nm of torque. It also supports a single-pedal mode that makes driving a lot easier. It also features a kinetic energy recovery system.

There is also a higher output model with 200 hp and 290 nm of torque. With a 70.1 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, Chery Ant can drive up to 510 km. the bigger 88 kWh battery on the higher grades, increases the driving range to 620 km.

Chery Ant

Inside the cabin, the Ant has a very modern and luxurious design that is different from many Chinese cars. Most surfaces are covered with leather to give it a luxurious style. There is two 12.3-inch screen also, one as the infotainment screen and the other as an instrument cluster. Other highlights inside the cabin are a panoramic sunroof, flat-bottomed multifunctional sports steering wheel, 360-degree camera, rearview camera, heated and ventilated seats, Door anti-collision warning device, electronic stability program, and ambient lighting.

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