CH Auto reveals electric two-seater Lithia

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You might remember Beijing-based CH Auto revealed a sports car in the 2010 Beijing Auto Show called the Aculeus, which would use a BMW-sourced engine.

They are now back with an all-electric concept coupe called Lithia, or “Red Scorpion” (红蝎) in Chinese.

lithia 02t CH Auto reveals electric two seater Lithia

The car is 4502mm long, 2046mm wide and 1265 tall, with a 2700 mm wheelbase and it weighs 1600 kg.

It’s powered by an electric motor capable of 201 peak horsepower, but its 0-100 km/h and top speed are unimpressive: 12 seconds and 170 km/h, respectively. It also has a fairly limited range of 150 km (93 miles).

lithia 03t CH Auto reveals electric two seater Lithia

Full specifications:

Dimensions
Length × Width × Height 4502 × 2046 × 1265 mm
Wheelbase 2700 mm
Curb Weight 1600 kg
Motor
Type AC Induction Motor
Peak Power 201 hp @ 7000-8000 rpm
Peak Torque 220 N·m @ 0-5000 rpm
Max. RPM 11000
0-100 km/h ~ 12s
Top Speed 170 km/h
Battery
Battery Type Lithium-ion
Package Capacity 36 kwh
Package Voltage 346 V
Fast Charge (80%) 70 min
Full Charge 7 hours
Electric Range 150 km
Chassis
Drive Type Rear-wheel Drive
Tires Front/Rear 215/30 R19 (F); 245/40 R20 (R)
Suspension Front/Rear MacPherson/Multi-Link
Brakes Front/Rear Disc Brake/Drum Brake

No official word on when this might be hitting the market though.

[Pictures from Carscoop]

About the author  ⁄ Nathan Y

Nathan, also known as "Analyst" is a Chinese car enthusiast who has been following the development of the Chinese car industry since 2005.

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