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Friday, December 6, 2019

The Chinese-made six-seater EV concept exceeds the Bugatti's aerodynamic factor

The development of electrification vehicles does not only revolve around environmentally friendly power circuit technologies. One of the Chinese automotive manufacturers, the GAC have also begun to consider other factors such as passenger accommodation number up to exterior aerodynamic advantages as the appeal of their cars.
GAC ENO.146 electric-powered concept car unveiled at the 2019 Guangzhou Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rTGoFs)
Through its debut at the 2019 Guangzhou Motor Show some time ago, the GAC presented its newest EV concept named GAC ENO.146, which at first glance looked like a futuristic sedan. There's an interesting thing, that the Chinese manufacturer's claiming was related to the passenger capacity number and exterior aerodynamic advantages of the car.

The GAC said its EV concept was designed to be able to accommodate six passengers in its cabin. This seems to deviate from the concept of sedan-type which is generally only prepared to carry four to five people.
The seating layout of the GAC ENO.146 electric-powered concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rTGoFs)
The seating layout of the GAC ENO.146 basically uses two lines similar to the sedan cabin layout in general. The difference, the basic concept of the GAC adds to its passenger capacity number done by utilizing its cabin spacious space. One passenger seat faces back behind the first row, while another one is located in the third row.

This concept is offered along with the claim that the EV concept's body design produces an air resistance coefficient of 0.146. By those numbers make the ENO.146 have better aerodynamic levels than the Bugatti Chiron hypercar, with a drag coefficient of 0.35.
Rear-left side view of the GAC ENO.146 electric-powered concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rTGoFs)
The unique number of the car's drag coefficient lies in the exterior appearance, which makes the GAC ENO.146 able to appear aerodynamic. It can be seen from the flat wheel cover model, the gullwing door-type design up to the rear of the vehicle has an impressively long tail. In fact, the GAC also eliminates side glass components to accommodate those car's aerodynamic figures.
Unfortunately, the GAC did not mention the exact target of its EV concept mass-produced for the Chinese market. However, as a whole has a target of placing the electrification technology on all vehicles in the coming 2025. However, its aerodynamic design and large electric motors have the potential to make the GAC ENO.146 break the speed record of the Bugatti Chiron in the future. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CAR DESIGN NEWS]
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