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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

LeEco showing off an electric-powered smart car concept

Officially entered the US market, a Chinese technology company called LeEco showcase the 'LeSEE Pro,' a prototype electric-powered smart car concept, after the company first teased back in April 2016.

"Our environment is getting worse, I want to restore the condition becomes better by making the electric smart cars," said Yueting Jia, CEO of Leeco, in San Francisco recently.
LeSEE Pro electric car concept. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Zf8cN)
In the presentation, LeEco deliver environmental factors become one of the goals behind the making of this electric smart car; "Say farewell to smog, for the sky is supposed to be blue," wrote the company.

Yueting Jia suggested that originally he wanted to appear on stage by driving the smart car, but unfortunately the plan has failed because there are obstacles when will bring the car to San Francisco. As a result, he entered into the stage shaped like a catwalk in a fashion show to run.

Reportedly, the LeSEE Pro will be in Michael Bay's upcoming Transformers movie. Exactly what role the smart EV will play in the movie is unknown, but we did learn today that it will be in there. As well as the LeSEE Pro is one of the products exhibited by Leeco in the event that marks the debut in the US market, where there were also mobile phones, TVs, and electric bikes.

The electric-powered autonomous car prototype was equipped with LeMusic entertainment features which contains a collection of playlists synced with all smart devices, LeMovie to watch content such as movies and television programs, as well as LeWork, an application allowing the users to connect to the internet.
LeEco has already announced a partnership with Aston Martin and is building an EV factory in China worth of US. $1.8 billion. As we all knew, one of LeEco bussiness partners Faraday Future (a startup electric vehicle manufacturer) will introduce their first production vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada, in January 2017. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOBLOG]
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