Since its appearance in the automotive market it has not stopped surprising with a renewed product and where they have opted for innovation and the incorporation of sustainable and ecological models. This is the case of the firm Aiways that has gone a step further and has surprised with an acceleration in its initial growth plans. Now the brand has presented the Aiways U6ion, a prototype that does not leave indifferent, being the second electric of the firm.
It is a brand that is focused on working in several areas, promoting growth plans where the reach of new markets, sustainable mobility and new products it has been the most important part of delivering a unique user experience. Being faithful to its business commitments, it has now presented its new SUV Coupé U6, which will start production in China during the coming months.
With fine, sporty and vigorous lianas, we find a model that has a glazed fastback roof and sharp edges. In the rear train it incorporates some aerodynamic elements that make it a more attractive model. The rear fender and wheel arches conform to the principles of pneumatic engineering and incorporate shark fins and lip edges to ensure clean separation of airflow, reducing drag.
Inside the vehicle we find a high sophistication and equipment, betting on a minimalist line in each of its elements. Therefore, they are committed to technology and high quality materials, which combine perfectly with interesting details and perfectly coordinated colors that reinforce the sporty style of the exterior.
A very attractive model
With a quadrangular steering wheel, we are presented with a sports car that is complemented by a floating control panel of up to seven inches. The U6ion features a separate 14.6-inch touchscreen in the center of the dashboard. The advanced human-machine interface with voice recognition can speak and listen to occupants and controls numerous vehicle and entertainment functions. The use of the vehicle in any weather conditions has also been taken into account, so there are folding umbrellas stored in capsule-type covers inside the doors.