Neta S EV wagon Specs Has Been Announced

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Thanks to the gracious assistance from a governmental ministry, we are now privy to undisguised images of the Neta S wagon, along with vital specifications. The Neta S, available in both all-electric and range-extended variants, will be built on Neta's innovative Shanhai Platform 2.0.

The recent publication of declaration listings by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) for the Neta S wagon signifies its imminent production and release. A debut at the upcoming Beijing Auto Show seems highly probable, with sales anticipated to commence around the middle of this year.

Neta S EV

Despite the MIIT providing four distinct filings for the Neta S, all versions share identical dimensions: a length of 4980 mm and a wheelbase of 2980 mm. With a width of 1980 mm and a height of 1480 mm, the vehicle boasts a decidedly sporty profile. The listings encompass two versions each for the range-extended (EREV) and fully electric (EV) iterations.

The cars are adorned with five-spoke wheels available in 19 and 20-inch sizes, with brake calipers offered in shades of gray, green, or red. Enhanced variants boast a roof-mounted Lidar unit, adding to their technological allure.

EREV models weigh between 1960 and 1970 kg. Interestingly, the 1.5-liter engine utilized in the Neta S wagon exhibits less power compared to the range-extended variants of the Neta S sedan, dwindling from 115 hp to 95 hp. According to earlier reports, this engine is a novel 1.5-liter Atkinson cycle engine coupled with a flat-wire generator, boasting a conversion rate of 3.26 kWh/l. Conversely, the electric motor, delivering 271 hp to the rear axle, surpasses its sedan counterpart in potency.

Neta S EV wagon

Pure electric variants tip the scales at 1960 and 2160 kg, with the latter figure pertaining to the dual-motor configuration. Both iterations employ the same 271 hp electric motor as their EREV counterparts, with the dual-motor model incorporating an additional 170 kW motor at the front axle. This deviates from previous reports indicating the use of a 340 hp silicon carbide all-in-one motor in the vehicle.

While battery capacities remain undisclosed, lower-spec versions of both EREV and EV variants are outfitted with lithium iron phosphate batteries, while their higher-spec counterparts feature NCM chemistry batteries.

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