Today at the Guangzhou Auto Show, SAIC Motor Maxus' fully electric luxury family MPV, the Mifa 7, will formally go on sale. Using SAIC Motor and Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., the first generation E2 architecture of the Maxus is used in the construction of the Chinese-made electric MPV.
Maxus is a brand owned by the state-owned SAIC. It was based on the British LDV Maxus brand, which SAIC purchased in 2010. LDV was a Birmingham-based van manufacturer that went out of business in 2008. It was later owned by Russian GAZ and Eco Concept before being acquired by SAIC in 2010.
Mifa 7 maintains the aesthetics of the MIFA series. With perforating LED strips of T-shaped headlight clusters on both sides, the front portion has a straightforward appearance. The new car also features a closed grille, which successfully reduces wind resistance and enhances the overall feel of the front end. Versions with 6 and 7 seats are available. The 6-seat model has a 2+1+3 seating configuration, while the 7-seater has a 2+2+3 configuration.
The dimensions of Mifa 7 are 4,907 mm in length, 1,885 mm in width, 1,756 mm in height, and 2,975 mm in wheelbase.
With 12.3-inch large screens on the instrument panel, center control screen, and passenger entertainment screen, the front row features a single large screen design. The car is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 auto chip.
(CATL) collaborated to build the 64 kWh, 77 kWh, or 90 kWh Rubik's Cube battery. A 245 hp maximum power electric motor is matched with the Rubik's Cube. The CLTC ranges of the electric car are 527 km and 605 km, respectively. While the 605 km version is available in two trim levels for 279,800 and 299,800 yuan, respectively, the 527 km version is only available in presale for 259,800 yuan.