Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn) presents the Model E: it’s made with Pininfarina

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Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn) takes the veil off its electric sedan, the “Model E”: it was developed in collaboration with Pininfarina (the car was entirely built in the Cambiano atelier), and presented together with two other electric vehicles, the Model C and the Model T bus.

“We are very proud to show the world a model that represents the best of Pininfarina’s skills and is the first step in an important strategic collaboration between the two companies”, comments Silvio Angori, CEO of Pininfarina: “We share the same values ​​with Foxtron, such as the propensity for innovation and attention to environmental sustainability. We now have a partner to explore the future of electric mobility together ».

The Model E is a large sedan, designed to transform into a sort of dedicated mobile office, complete with personal mobile devices perfectly connected to the car, allowing a series of intelligent applications such as door opening with facial recognition, intelligent windows and interfaces. vehicle and environment. It produces a power of approximately 750 HP, sufficient for an acceleration from 0 to 100 km in 2.8 seconds; while the autonomy is 750 km.

«Our design team – explains Chief Creative Officer Pininfarina, Kevin Rice – was responsible for defining the style of both the exterior and interior of the Model E, including the user experience inside the car. One of the key features is the intelligent surfaces on the front, side and rear of the vehicle that demonstrate how the vehicle communicates with the outside world. These intelligent surfaces are enclosed within beautiful shapes that show the vehicle’s power and sportiness and, at the same time, the elegance you expect from Pininfarina. Even in the interior you can see a combination of elegance and cutting-edge technology to create something absolutely unique ».

Still early to talk about European marketing and prices, even if the Taiwanese multinational electronics company (known for producing devices for Apple, Dell, HP, Microsoft, Nintendo) has confirmed its willingness to become a global car manufacturer.

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