Would you leave a Polestar 2 or Tesla Model 3 for this Xpeng P5?

For the time being, Xpeng is coming to the Netherlands with two cars: the P5 and the P7. The first can be reserved immediately and costs around 48,000 euros. What do you get for that? An electric sedan that, with its length of 4.8 meters, sits between the Tesla Model 3 and Model S. The Xpeng P5 has a 66 kWh battery, with which it should be able to reach a maximum WLTP range of 465 kilometers. A Polestar 2 with a 69 kWh battery pack and a range of 474 kilometers is available from 46,900 euros. At Tesla they ask a lot more for a Model 3 with 491 kilometers range: 55,895 euros. The 211 hp Xpeng is not a star in fast charging. Where the Polestar and Tesla come to 150 and 200 kW respectively, the P5 is already out of breath at 70 kW.

Would you leave a Polestar 2 or Tesla Model 3 for this Xpeng P5?

Electric Xpeng P5 available in only three ‘colours’

For the interior design, the developers of Xpeng have clearly looked to Tesla. The entire center console is occupied by a gigantic upright screen. Although the P5 – unlike the Model 3 – does have digital instruments for the driver’s nose. The Chinese electric car comes standard with, among other things, a panoramic roof with sunshade, an audio system with surround sound, air purification and a whole list of electronic assistance and safety systems. Unfortunately, you only have three ‘colours’ to choose from for the body: white, gray and black. You can see whether that is a bit off in the Westfield Mall in Leidschendam, where Xpeng has opened a store.

Would you leave a Polestar 2 or Tesla Model 3 for this Xpeng P5?
Would you leave a Polestar 2 or Tesla Model 3 for this Xpeng P5?

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