In recent years, many luxury brands have accelerated their deployment in the electric vehicle market. BBA has already begun to promote the domestic production of its core electric vehicle platforms, while other luxury brands such as Cadillac, Jaguar, Volvo, etc. are also accelerating the follow-up.
According to media reports, Volvo’s XC40 pure electric version, the XC40 RECHARGE, will officially go on sale during the Guangzhou Auto Show. The car will accelerate from 100 kilometers to 4.9 seconds and have a cruising range of 400 kilometers under the WLTP standard.
As Volvo’s first purely electric model, the biggest highlight of the XC40 pure electric version is undoubtedly the deployment of Huawei’s HMS for Car smart car cloud service. This is also the first mass production of the first model equipped with Huawei’s HMS for Car smart car cloud service solution. Model.
In recent years, Huawei has proposed a full-scenario smart life strategy, with smart phones as the core, building a 1+8+N ecosystem such as watches, headphones, PCs, tablets, speakers, glasses, cars, and smart screens. HMS for Car is a major exploration of Huawei’s car and machine ecology.
HMS for Car provides a wealth of car and machine functions, covering high-quality applications suitable for cars from aspects of travel, information, and life, and can also realize smart home control. In addition, the system is also equipped with Huawei’s “Quick App”, and car owners do not need to download and install the App, and can use it immediately.
In the power part, the XC40 pure electric version is equipped with a front and rear dual-motor system, with a comprehensive power of 408 horsepower and a peak torque of 660 N·m. Under such power blessing, the 0-100km/h acceleration time of the car is only 4.9 seconds.
In terms of batteries, the new car is equipped with a 78kWh battery pack and has a cruising range of 400km under the WLTP standard.