Among the many premieres of the 2011 Shanghai Auto Show has snuck in a car from Taiwan. We speak of a study design called Neora and created for Luxgen manufacturer. The model has two purposes – to promote the technological progress of the manufacturer and the preface of the brand’s future design language. Luxgen vice president has already confirmed that the aspect of future works will be inspired by the one of Neora and its achievements in terms of autonomy will be implemented gradually in that manufacturer’s range.
Luxgen Neora is a sedan equipped with a 241 hp electric motor. The motor engages the front wheels and is able to offer a sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 6.5 seconds. The maximum speed of 1600 kg model is 250 km/h. Supplying the electric motor is provided by a 48 kWh battery pack, which offers a range of nearly 400 kilometers on a full charge. The batteries are charged from a domestic setting, but Taiwanese officials did not specify the time needed for a full charge.
In the interior, Luxgen Neora Concept looks sleek and futuristic. The front seats are ergonomic and the driver is assisted by a transparent display mounted on the front windscreen, which allows it to track the speed and driving without taking eyes off the road. The dashboard is built entirely from recycled wood and the whole philosophy of the Luxgen mark aims to a long term development.