The Luxgen n7 is Foxconn’s first car

The Luxgen n7 is the first car designed and developed in collaboration with Foxtron, Foxconn’s newly formed automotive division. The latter is the Taiwanese electronics manufacturing giant, which – among other things – manufactures the iPhone, on behalf of Apple – and aims to become a major player in the global electric vehicle market.

For this reason it has entered into agreements with Fisker, with the Thai energy group PTT PCL, while it has also acquired the Lordstown factory. It has also proceeded to create a joint venture with Stellantis for the development of software and hardware.

Coming back to Luxgen, it is a subsidiary of Yulon Motor, Taiwan’s largest automaker. The n7 is the production version of the Model C concept that was unveiled last November, and is a pure seven-seat electric crossover that will go on sale in Taiwan in October.

However, according to Luxgen officials, the n7 will also be released outside the Asian country, although details of planned markets and possible delivery dates have not yet been made public.

Aesthetically, the n7 is heavily influenced by the Model C concept, which was designed in collaboration with Pininfarina. The production car retains the same basic silhouette, but features new details, including slightly redesigned front and rear ends.

Luxgen has not yet released information about the n7’s technical specifications, which it will do shortly before its launch in the Taiwan market. However, Foxtron had revealed that the Model C is 4,640mm long. and a wheelbase of 2860 mm, with the n7 expected to have similar dimensions.

The basis for the new crossover is Foxtron’s open-source MIH platform for pure electric vehicles. This supports a number of different drive arrangements, such as with one electric motor on the rear axle, or with two electric motors, one per axle.


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