QOROS Q2 PHEV CONCEPT
Qoros unveiled the Qoros Q2 PHEV Concept at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. The Q2 PHEV is the company’s first plug-in variant and certainly one of the better efforts coming from the Chinese market. The vehicle is aimed at the fast-growing B-Segment (small cars); the three other Qoros models are aimed at the C-Segment (medium cars). The striking new design will certainly appeal to trendy young urbanites. One of the most striking differences from its peers is the charging system, based on the aerospace industry’s “Don’t touch a cable” principle, showing that the Qoros design and engineer team is certainly thinking outside the box. The charging connector appears at the press of a button to reach the receiver socket on a charge point. The concept vehicle includes various other technological advances and proprietary technologies designed by Qoros, such as the QorosCloud app which provides constant updates on range estimation.
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