Poles in the United States presented an electric competitor VW Multivan for China

Poles in the United States presented an electric competitor VW Multivan for China

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A startup called Hiperon Motors has unveiled its first draft of a future production model, a commercial Carrier van with an electric motor. The futuristic design for the model, according to the Profi Car edition, was developed by the Polish studio One One Lab, and it is planned to sell the electric car in China, Europe and North America.

The sleek design of the conceptual Hiperon Carrier is characterized by a two-volume, despite the electric nature, body solution, an original glazing line and a light strip separating the “hood” and “radiator grille”. In addition, the van got cameras instead of side mirrors and hidden door handles.

With a length of 5660 mm and a wheelbase of 3740 mm, the Hiperon Carrier is slightly larger than the Volkswagen Transporter. The volume of the cargo compartment is not specified, but the developers report that the van is capable of carrying up to 995 kg of cargo.

Already in the basic configuration, the Hiperon Carrier will be equipped with a media system with a vertical 13-inch screen, navigation, a rearview camera and cruise control. A more advanced version of the Carrier Pro will receive a display enlarged to 15 inches, a set of driver’s assistants, including adaptive cruise, heated steering wheel and seats, and a rain sensor.

At the same time, the Hiperon Carrier will have only one power plant – a 269-horsepower electric motor and a 75-kilowatt battery, which gives a cruising range of up to 320 km. In the future, Hiperon plans to develop a Hermes passenger minibus for 12 passengers, as well as a cargo chassis, based on the same architecture. Acceptance of orders for a new product at a price of 49 thousand 900 dollars will open in January next year.

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  • MedialexApril 4, 2021 22:51

    Although it is definitely an unfinished replica, I would be interested in contact details, anyway. Maybe this could be an interesting project.

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