In the California-based Mullen Technologies and its Chinese partners, Qiantu Motors have ensured about the K50 electric sports car. It will make a North American debut during 2019 New York Auto Show in April 2019.
These two companies have also revealed that the vehicle will be sold in the United States during the starting months of 2020.
The K50 is a well-designed car; it is a two-door sports car, which is riding on an all-aluminum body frame with superb carbon fiber sleek body panels.
The total weight of the whole car is 618 pounds almost 281 kilograms, of which 515 LBs (234 kg) is only of the aluminum construction of body parts.
The engine’s power comes from a duo electric motors, from each of the axles. This layout design proves all-wheel-drive capability for users with multiple extraordinary driving modes for users.
The creators of this monster car say that they combined peak output of the system. It can be used as a high power on 280 kW as 375 hp, along with a torque of 580 Nm as 428 LB per ft.
That provides a 0 to 62 miles speed per hour (0-100 kilometers per hour). It got acceleration in just 4.6 seconds. Its top speed is electronically gaged at 124 mph as 200 kph.
It has underneath a sleek body with cool aluminum design construction. Moreover, the K50 rides on chassis with blasting front and rear double wishbone cool suspension parts with calibrations by Mira brand.
Mullen and Qiantu promise about their “accurate handling and ride feedback to their riders.” Its breaking power is given by a high-quality Brembo braking system.
It has equipped with four-piston calipers on all four corners, that is hiding behind the lightweight forged aluminum alloy rims and wheels with Pirelli P Zero performance along with the tires.
Its battery pack consists RESS (means Rechargeable Energy Storage System). It is developed by Qiantu and gives an NEDC range of nearly 230 miles (370 kilometers).
It can give such performance on a single charge. Its creator tells that under a constant cruising speed its range can reach over 320 miles (515 km) almost on two recharges.
Source: Mullen USA