A six-seat five-meter crossover with a power plant with 370 hp and consumption of 1.05 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers. Aito M7 has been unveiled – this is Huawei’s second car

The database of the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology revealed the second car under the brand Aito. Under this brand, we recall, Huawei cars are produced: although the company does not directly produce them, but it is responsible for design, and for marketing and engineering work. In general, Aito and Huawei brands can be equated. At the moment in China you can order the M5 crossover, the firstborn of the brand, while the M7 is the second model.


Aito M7 is larger than M5: dimensions are 5020 x 1945 x 1775 mm, wheelbase is 2820 mm. Gross vehicle weight is 2,790 kg, curb weight is 2,340 kg. If the M7 were a pure electric car, the wheelbase would be larger, but the M7, like the M5, is a hybrid. It seats six people, has a large center screen, and naturally uses the proprietary Huawei Smart Cockpit on-board infotainment system running HarmonyOS.


The car is equipped with a 1.5 liter gasoline engine and electric motors. The total power of the power plant is 370 hp. Traction battery capacity is not reported, but the reported consumption is only 1.05 liters per 100 km! Theoretically, with a traction battery of high capacity, the consumption could be so in reality, but for such a large car it still looks fantastically small. Probably, it is specified for a certain mode of operation. In any case, this issue requires further clarification, and they will definitely appear when the Aito M7 is officially presented. When that will happen is still unclear. For now, Huawei is fully focused on the Aito M5 – the company expects to sell 300,000 of these vehicles by the end of the year.

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