Apollo EVision: unveiled the new concept of electric sedan

Production of the final version of the electric EVision is expected to start in 2023 Apollo Future Mobility Group Limited ( Apollo ) took part in this week's China International Import Expo where it displayed a number of very interesting 100% electric concepts, including the Apollo EVision . It is a four-seater long almost 5 meters wide and almost 2 meters in the future will be supported by an SUV called eVision X . The sedan was designed with a very special design typical of an Apollo vehicle . In addition to the EVision , the company also showed its electric powertrain.  Developed by Apollo Advanced Technologies, it features a dual 3-in-1 inverter that uses the latest 800V silicon carbide technology to ensure high efficiency. In addition, there are two newly developed 800V axial flux electric motors mounted inside the frame and matched with planetary gearboxes to provide a compact drive unit.  The show car shown at the Chinese event features a dual motor configuration with torque vectoring . Unfortunately, the company hasn't revealed if this new technology will be used on the Apollo EVision, but we know that production is expected to start by the end of 2023.  Apollo EVision  The successor of the Intense Emotion has also been revealed In addition to the four-door sedan, Apollo Feature Mobility Group Limited unveiled the Apollo Project Evo which was conceived as the successor to the V12-powered Intense Emotion.  It boasts a carbon monocoque and a complete package dedicated to handling. At the rear we find three large tailpipes which suggest that there is a very powerful engine under the hood.  There is no shortage of various active aerodynamic elements such as the adjustable rear spoiler, the aerodynamic fins and the triangular air intakes. On the Project Evo there is a frame made entirely of carbon fiber, the first of its kind, which consists of a carbon monocoque, carbon subframes and shockproof structures. Apollo claims that the frame meets FIA LMP2 safety requirements without having installed a roll cage due to its design.

Production of the final version of the electric EVision is expected to start in 2023

Apollo Future Mobility Group Limited ( Apollo ) took part in this week's China International Import Expo where it displayed a number of very interesting 100% electric concepts, including the Apollo EVision . It is a four-seater long almost 5 meters wide and almost 2 meters in the future will be supported by an SUV called eVision X . The sedan was designed with a very special design typical of an Apollo vehicle . In addition to the EVision , the company also showed its electric powertrain.

Developed by Apollo Advanced Technologies, it features a dual 3-in-1 inverter that uses the latest 800V silicon carbide technology to ensure high efficiency. In addition, there are two newly developed 800V axial flux electric motors mounted inside the frame and matched with planetary gearboxes to provide a compact drive unit.

Production of the final version of the electric EVision is expected to start in 2023 Apollo Future Mobility Group Limited ( Apollo ) took part in this week's China International Import Expo where it displayed a number of very interesting 100% electric concepts, including the Apollo EVision . It is a four-seater long almost 5 meters wide and almost 2 meters in the future will be supported by an SUV called eVision X . The sedan was designed with a very special design typical of an Apollo vehicle . In addition to the EVision , the company also showed its electric powertrain.  Developed by Apollo Advanced Technologies, it features a dual 3-in-1 inverter that uses the latest 800V silicon carbide technology to ensure high efficiency. In addition, there are two newly developed 800V axial flux electric motors mounted inside the frame and matched with planetary gearboxes to provide a compact drive unit.  The show car shown at the Chinese event features a dual motor configuration with torque vectoring . Unfortunately, the company hasn't revealed if this new technology will be used on the Apollo EVision, but we know that production is expected to start by the end of 2023.  Apollo EVision  The successor of the Intense Emotion has also been revealed In addition to the four-door sedan, Apollo Feature Mobility Group Limited unveiled the Apollo Project Evo which was conceived as the successor to the V12-powered Intense Emotion.  It boasts a carbon monocoque and a complete package dedicated to handling. At the rear we find three large tailpipes which suggest that there is a very powerful engine under the hood.  There is no shortage of various active aerodynamic elements such as the adjustable rear spoiler, the aerodynamic fins and the triangular air intakes. On the Project Evo there is a frame made entirely of carbon fiber, the first of its kind, which consists of a carbon monocoque, carbon subframes and shockproof structures. Apollo claims that the frame meets FIA LMP2 safety requirements without having installed a roll cage due to its design.

The show car shown at the Chinese event features a dual motor configuration with torque vectoring . Unfortunately, the company hasn't revealed if this new technology will be used on the Apollo EVision, but we know that production is expected to start by the end of 2023.

Apollo EVision

The successor of the Intense Emotion has also been revealed

In addition to the four-door sedan, Apollo Feature Mobility Group Limited unveiled the Apollo Project Evo which was conceived as the successor to the V12-powered Intense Emotion.

It boasts a carbon monocoque and a complete package dedicated to handling. At the rear we find three large tailpipes which suggest that there is a very powerful engine under the hood.

Production of the final version of the electric EVision is expected to start in 2023 Apollo Future Mobility Group Limited ( Apollo ) took part in this week's China International Import Expo where it displayed a number of very interesting 100% electric concepts, including the Apollo EVision . It is a four-seater long almost 5 meters wide and almost 2 meters in the future will be supported by an SUV called eVision X . The sedan was designed with a very special design typical of an Apollo vehicle . In addition to the EVision , the company also showed its electric powertrain.  Developed by Apollo Advanced Technologies, it features a dual 3-in-1 inverter that uses the latest 800V silicon carbide technology to ensure high efficiency. In addition, there are two newly developed 800V axial flux electric motors mounted inside the frame and matched with planetary gearboxes to provide a compact drive unit.  The show car shown at the Chinese event features a dual motor configuration with torque vectoring . Unfortunately, the company hasn't revealed if this new technology will be used on the Apollo EVision, but we know that production is expected to start by the end of 2023.  Apollo EVision  The successor of the Intense Emotion has also been revealed In addition to the four-door sedan, Apollo Feature Mobility Group Limited unveiled the Apollo Project Evo which was conceived as the successor to the V12-powered Intense Emotion.  It boasts a carbon monocoque and a complete package dedicated to handling. At the rear we find three large tailpipes which suggest that there is a very powerful engine under the hood.  There is no shortage of various active aerodynamic elements such as the adjustable rear spoiler, the aerodynamic fins and the triangular air intakes. On the Project Evo there is a frame made entirely of carbon fiber, the first of its kind, which consists of a carbon monocoque, carbon subframes and shockproof structures. Apollo claims that the frame meets FIA LMP2 safety requirements without having installed a roll cage due to its design.

There is no shortage of various active aerodynamic elements such as the adjustable rear spoiler, the aerodynamic fins and the triangular air intakes. On the Project Evo there is a frame made entirely of carbon fiber, the first of its kind, which consists of a carbon monocoque, carbon subframes and shockproof structures. Apollo claims that the frame meets FIA LMP2 safety requirements without having installed a roll cage due to its design.

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