The electric MPV can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.9 seconds, while offering maximum comfort inside.
MPVs are gradually being pushed by SUVs in most markets, yet there are countries where they manage to survive. One of these places is China, where MPVs are often even sought after by mobile people who want a combination of spaciousness and above-standard luxury.
In the Chinese market, they have so far been able to choose, for example, from the Buick GL8 Avenir or Lexus LM models, but the offer is also expanding with the new electric Dreamer model, which is only the second production model of the Chinese carmaker Voyah. Not surprisingly, the first model was an electric and plug-in hybrid SUV Free with up to seven seats.
But let’s go back to the Dreamer model, whose shape remotely resembles a Toyota Sienna. Absolutely unique, however, is the mask, whose robust chrome grille occupies the bow. The side intake openings in the bumpers are similarly overcompensated, while the lights have a narrow elongated shape and are optically interconnected across the mask by a chrome line.
However, the giant radiator grille is probably just a decorative element, as the electric drive system usually does not need such massive cooling. Although the carmaker did not publish the specific technical parameters of the Dreamer model, it will definitely not be a sharpener. He is said to be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.9 seconds, which makes him probably one of the fastest SUVs in the world.
According to speculations by foreign newsrooms, it is quite possible that similar technical bases are hidden under the hood of the new MPV, on which the brand’s first model, the SUV Free, was created. It is equipped with a pair of electric motors with a combined power of 510 kW, a maximum torque of 1040 Nm and power is provided by a battery with a capacity of 88 kWh.
So far, however, these are only speculations, the confirmation or refutation of which we will have to wait. However, the manufacturer has already shown at least a look into the cabin, which is standardly equipped with four individual seats with heating, cooling and massage functions.
The dashboard contains exactly three displays, where the classic digital instrument panel and infotainment were complemented by a screen in front of the passenger. In the middle is a massive floating center console, which in addition to the gearbox selector, beverage holders and several buttons also offers armrests and storage spaces.
At the rear of the car, which is separated from the cab by a bulkhead, there are two seats with integrated footrests, armrests and a display installed in the middle, which is likely to be used to control other car functions. We do not know their range yet, but a large screen could be hidden in the partition, while we can see quality speakers on its sides.
Above the rear seats, we can also see the glass roof and roof with integrated ambient lighting, which perhaps follows the role of Rolls Royce cars in the night sky. Access is then solved by sliding doors on both sides of the cabin.