The Chinese company GAC Motor, among other things, presented the new concept vehicle called Entranze at the Detroit car show.
The Chinese have not published much details, but it is known that this “hyper modern family vehicle” will have seven seats (3 + 2 + 2 seating), electric drive, autonomous driving possibilities, panoramic roof and two OLED screens in the interior.
The announcement does not say how much power this automobile has (the autonomy and battery charging time is not known also), but some sources unofficially state that the GAC Entranze Concept uses the GAC Enverge Concept technique introduced last year (which would then mean a similar autonomy of around 370 miles or 595 km).
The news says that the this vehicle is designed by GAC’s design director Pontus Fontaeus, in their design center in Los Angeles. Fontaeus worked for Volvo, Ferrari, Kia and Faraday Future.
Also, GAC Motor held the North American premiere of the GS5 (crossover, promoted at last year’s Paris Fair) in Detroit and GM6 (MPV, which was shown in China earlier this month).