Italian-American premium electric vehicle startup Aehra has released interior images and details of its first car. The EV is a sports car-like electric SUV that draws attention with its aircraft-inspired interior and the largest giant multi-screen display in the car. A prototype of the electric car was shown in October this year. It will go into production soon, as deliveries are expected to begin in late 2025.
One of the EV’s most unique features is the gigantic full-width dashboard HMI screen, perhaps even larger than the 31-inch 8K display shown earlier in the BMW i7. It stretches from one end of the dashboard to the other and is divided into three separate displays. In addition to displaying driving-related information such as speed, mileage and navigation, the other two screens display high-resolution images from the two front-facing cameras. They can also serve as home theaters.
In addition to this giant screen, the EV also has a smaller oval touchscreen in the center that houses several controls, such as heating and ventilation. Alessandro Salvagnin, one of the two lead designers, said: “As a start-up with an agile mind, Aehra has the freedom, enthusiasm and talent to unleash the full design potential of cutting-edge EV platform technologies in a way that has never been done before. , which is very exciting.”
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The interior design of the electric SUV is inspired by airplanes. It is reflected in the low weight, high strength and optimum comfort of the seat. The seats are made from aluminium, recycled carbon fiber composite and leather. The cabin also offers ample legroom and fully reclining seats, among other creature comforts.
The electric SUV is more than 5 meters long and has 24-inch wheels. The EV can produce a maximum power of up to 800 horsepower and a top speed of 265 km/h. The start-up claims the electric car can provide a range of nearly 800 kilometers on a single charge. The company has not shared details about the battery or its charging capacity. But given that this will be an ultra-premium EV, expect the battery to be larger than usual and support DC fast charging.
First published date: December 22, 2022 at 13:56 PM CST