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NIO Automobile released its first autonomous driving model, the smart electric flagship sedan NIO ET7. The preorder price of ET7 starts from 57.000 Euros, with the use of BaaS (Battery as a Service) the price starts from 48.200 Euros.
ET7 uses NIO's latest NAD (NIO Autonomous Driving) technology, including NIO Aquila Super Sensing and NIO Adam Super Computing. NAD brings a safer and easier experience for autonomous driving from point A to point B, gradually covering use cases from highways, cities, parking lots to battery replacement.
NIO has established NAD full-stack autonomous driving functions, including perception algorithms, localization, control strategies and platform software. NIO Aquila Super Sensing has 33 high-performance sensing units, including 11 8-megapixel high-resolution cameras, 1 ultra-long-range high-resolution LiDAR, 5 millimeter wave radar, 12 ultrasonic sensors, and 2 high-precision positioning units , V2X and ADMS. Aquila can generate 8 GB of data per second.
The internal space of ET7 is a further explanation of the second living room concept: an exquisite and comfortable mobile living room. Frameless windows and soft closing doors are standard, allowing easy entry and exit. NIO ET7 also marks the first application of Karuun® renewable rattan in a green and natural experience production model. Standard front and rear heating, ventilated seats and massage functions provide a peace of mind and comfort for each occupant. NIO's second-generation digital cockpit on ET7 enhances its in-vehicle mobile connectivity and communication capabilities, which are supported by the third-generation Qualcomm®Snapdragon™ car cockpit platform. The new 12.8-inch AMOLED central display greatly improves the resolution and contrast. NOMI, the world's first in-vehicle AI system, continues to develop. At all trim levels, a 7.1.4 immersive sound system with 23 speakers and 1,000W total output is standard.
The ET7 has inherited NIO’s high-performance DNA with a 180 kW permanent magnet motor in the front and a 300 kW induction motor in the rear. The maximum power is rated at 480 kW with a peak torque at 850 N·m. The ET7 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds, and has a 33.5m braking distance from 100 km/h. Boosted by a drag coefficient of 0.23 and the application of the second generation high-efficiency powertrain with a silicon carbide power module, the vehicle energy efficiency is further improved. The ET7 enjoys an NEDC range of over 500 km with the 70kWh battery or over 700 km with the 100 kWh battery. When coupled with the new 150 kWh battery, ET7 boasts an NEDC range over 1,000 km.
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