Xpeng P7 has the longest range among China's battery EVs, including Tesla's - 706 km, or 439 miles.
The model listed in the MIIT announcement is the RWD version, with 196kW (263 bhp) maximum power, 390N·m (288 lb-ft) peak torque and 12.5kWh/100km power consumption.
The Xpeng P7 is equipped with the latest generation of the world's leading prismatic battery pack, with a pack capacity of 80.87kWh and an energy density of 170Wh/kg. It integrates E-motor, transmission and control system in its high-performance 3-in-1 electric drive system. Compared with the traditional distributed electric drive layout, this gives higher efficiency, a more compact structure, lighter weight, more uniform interior layout, and greater reliability. The volume of the entire electric drive system is only 18.6L, and power density reaches the industry-leading 2kW/kg level. The maximum efficiency of the motor system is > 95%, with the NEDC efficiency greater than 85.5%, leading to longer battery life and stronger performance.