Electric Sportscar Concept From Mullen Technologies To Debut In New York
February 26, 2019 by New York International Auto Show Mullen Technologies
will debut the Qiantu K50 at the New York International Automobile Show in April. The modular and flexible platform can accommodate battery configurations and technologies which render upgraded model development possible as a next step. Available in six standard colors with multiple color design options for buyer to choose from, the model features all-aluminum body frame features a BIW of only 515 lbs., significantly lighter than traditional steel vehicles. The 29 components of the carbon-fiber body panels on the K50 weigh only 103 lbs. in total. This is over 40% lighter than steel and 20% lighter than aluminum alloy. The K50 sports a F&R dual motor, all-wheel drive, multiple driving modes as well as a double wishbone independent suspension to help tires achieve 100% grip performance.
Mullen Technologies is a Southern California based licensed electric vehicle manufacturer and international distributor which owns several synergistic businesses including: Mullen Auto Sales, a fast-growing series of automobile dealerships through California, CarHub, a new and unique digital platform that leverages AI and offers a complete, fun to use solution for buying, selling and owning a car. One of these strategic partners is Qiantu Motor, a wholly owned subsidiary of CH-Auto, a leading automotive design and manufacturing company in China, with whom Mullen Technologies has signed a cooperation agreement in Dec 2018 to homologate and assemble cars in the US for sales in North America. www.Mullenusa.com.
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