The PRC Ministry of Industry has certified the Xpeng N5 electric sedan, which, at first glance, looks like a copy of the new Xpeng P5 four-door. Moreover, they have the same power of 155 kW (211 hp). Meanwhile, the newcomer is deprived of the lidar, and hence the full-fledged XPilot autopilot. Instead of a lithium-ion battery, a lithium-iron phosphate battery LiFePO4 is used, which limits the range to 470 km (NEDC). The conclusion suggests itself that the N5 is a cheaper variation for young people, like the Xpeng G3i hatch.
“En-fifth” is lower by five millimeters: 4808x1840x1525 mm, between the axes 2768. He received other headlights, not connected by a light guide. The front bumper is significantly simplified, there are no foglights. The logo has been replaced with the “Xpeng” inscription. The right front fender is missing a charging port.
The decorative strip between the lanterns is not lit, so it was occupied by the inscription “Xpeng”, which is located below the “pe-fifth”. The rear bumper has not changed. There seems to be no panoramic roof.
Pricing for the Xpeng P5 will be announced tomorrow at the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Auto Show (July 17-25), with customer delivery scheduled for the fourth quarter. The Xpeng P7 flagship sedan is now priced at 229,900-339,900 yuan ($ 35,600-52,600), and its little brother should be noticeably cheaper. True, the price list turned out to be such that the “budget” Xpeng N5 was needed.