EV Firm XPeng Opens Reservation for P5 Sedan in Four European Markets

Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng on Friday kicked off customer reservations for its third and most recent production model, the XPeng P5 smart EV sedan, in Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.

The XPeng P5 is the company’s first model to be made available simultaneously in four European markets. The customer reservation process is fully-digitized, and accessible immediately in each of these four countries, either via XPeng‘s official local websites or a mobile app launched earlier this week.

The XPeng P5, a mid-size family sedan, is equipped with version 2.5 of the firm’s self-developed Advanced Driver Assistance System (XPILOT) and its intelligent in-car operating system (Xmart OS).

The sleek, aerodynamic profile of the P5, which has a large panoramic canopy glass sunroof, a neat fastback and an unobtrusive ducktail, gives it a driving range of 465 km WLTP, powered by a battery with a 66 kWh capacity.

The Xmart OS provides comprehensive cockpit and interior function management, with a 12.3-inch LCD dashboard, a 15.6-inch FHD high resolution (1920*1080) large center display, in-car voice control capable of distinguishing between driver and passenger positions, and a library of in-car apps to assist, inform and entertain passengers.

For added convenience, the P5 incorporates 26 storage compartments and a 450L trunk, plus an additional 70L lower compartment.

On the same day, XPeng opened its first “experience store” in the Netherlands, its second branded showroom in Europe, following the opening of the Stockholm XPeng Experience Store in Sweden last month.

XPeng‘s experience store in the Netherlands (Source: XPeng)

 

As well as the XPeng P5, the XPeng smart sport sedan P7, and the prototype of its flying vehicle, the XPeng X2, are also on display at the Westfield Mall experience store.

Two additional stores in the Netherlands will open later this year in collaboration with XPeng‘s local partner Emil Frey, and the company plans to open more stores in major cities across the Netherlands over the next few years.

Source: Pandaily

You might also like