While there is one lockdown after the next in Europe, and activities and public life have largely come to a standstill, life in China is apparently already raging again. On the Auto Guangzhou These days, almost all car manufacturers in the world are showing their innovations and of course cool tuning cars should not be missing. Of course it does Great Wall Motors no exception, and with the Ora Haomao presents a cool electric vehicle, which has been modified with a fat body kit in a racing look. This shows how much the still very young sub-brand of the Great Wall Group called Ora has already established itself in the Chinese tuning scene, even though it focuses purely on electric mobility. It is very likely that the electric speedster from one iAcro Chapter was built especially for the fair in order to advertise itself effectively.
Cute electric racer with tuning.
It's already standing there cool, the Ora Haomao, modified with a fat body kit and a mega roof spoiler that could easily be used as a bar table. It doesn't matter whether it's the widebody kit, the unbelievably pronounced front spoiler lip, which makes the little one look almost like a snow plow, or the various iAcro lettering, this Ora definitely attracts attention. Another funny detail is the gray foil on the rear door handles, which ensures that they are almost invisible at first glance. The multi-part rims with an extreme drop center look and Central locking are also an absolute eye-catcher, and give the sporty designed Ora Haomao a noble touch. In addition to the incredibly large roof spoiler, the pronounced diffuser at the rear is also noticeable, which would certainly provide a lot of contact pressure if a more powerful engine than the production version were installed in this car. Nonetheless, the diffuser looks sporty and gives the rear a portion of racing style, while the roof spoiler looks a bit exaggerated in our eyes and gives the impression that the iAcro people have overshot the mark. Nevertheless, the vehicle would attract a lot of glances at a tuning meeting, because it is almost impossible to overlook the tuned speedster with the standard dachshund look.
The interior remained standard.
It's hard to believe, but there wasn't one inside Cars Tripping or the like to make the Ora Haomao look like a racing car. The interior remained largely in the standard condition.
Electric motor has not been upgraded.
The Great Wall is driven by an electric motor with an output of 105 kW and 210 Newton meters of maximum torque. This means that the car can reach 160 km / h and sprints from 3,8 to 0 km / h in a relatively brisk 50 seconds. Unfortunately, there is no information about the sprint time from 0 to 100 km / h, but it should be around 8 to 9 seconds. Incidentally, the battery capacity of the Chinese is 59,1 kWh. Thus, the maximum range is an impressive 501 km, and even in winter you should still get from A to B without surprisingly stopping halfway because suddenly the juice runs out. Many drivers are certainly afraid of this embarrassing scenario, which is why it is still difficult to get e-cars to buyers.
Our conclusion on the Great Wall Ora Haomao (ES11)
At first you might think that the Porsche 356 has experienced a revival when you see the Ora Haomao from the front. But we are more impressed by what you can get out of the car with tuning, which looks so cute in series production and primarily appeals to female customers with the child-like scheme. Of course, there is also a large picture gallery at the end of the post that you can view. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photo / s: info.xcar.com.cn
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Crazy Great Wall Ora Haomao (ES11) with widebody kit!
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