Ahead of the first stores opening next week, the Chinese automaker Avatr announced Friday the partnership with the oil giant BP to build a Super Charging network in China planning to land in first-tier cities Beijing and Guangzhou later this year.
By the end of 2023, more than 100 standardized sites will be built, covering 19 cities across the country and the company will become the first SEV brand in China to layout a high-voltage charging network on a large scale, Avatr said.
The chargers will have a maximum power of 240Kw which will add 200 kilometres of range in 10 minutes.
The upcoming model AVATR 11 is powered by Huawei’s Inside intelligent solution featuring a 400 TOPS computing power. The model will have around 700 km and accelerate from 0-100km/h within 4 seconds.