On October 18th, Foxconn officially released its pure electric vehicle brand Foxtron, and launched three new cars-Model C, Model E and Model T, these three new cars are oriented to different fields. Among them, Model C is positioned as a pure electric medium SUV, Model E is positioned as a pure electric medium and large sedan, and Model T is positioned as a pure electric bus. According to previous news, Model C will be built based on the new MIH electric vehicle open platform, endorsed by well-known companies such as CATL, Microsoft, and Qualcomm, and has a relatively strong technical level.
Foxtron Model C is positioned as a pure electric medium-sized SUV with a futuristic appearance. The front surrounds protrude outward on both sides of the model, creating a strong visual impact. There is also a print on the decorative strip connecting the headlights on both sides FOXTRON’s brand identity. It is understood that the acceleration time of the new car from 0-100km/h is only 2.8 seconds, and the cruising range reaches 750km.
Foxtron Model E is positioned as a pure electric mid-to-large car with a more atmospheric appearance. The front face adopts a through-type design and is equipped with large-size petal-shaped wheels. Coming to the car, the new car is equipped with a dual-screen design, and the traditional physical buttons are eliminated, and the integrated sports seat is full of sportiness.
Foxtron Model T is positioned as a pure electric bus, and it is reported that the new car will be equipped with a higher level of driver assistance system. According to Foxconn’s previously announced goals, the brand’s first product will be officially put into mass production in the fourth quarter of 2023, and will provide parts or services for 10% of the world’s electric vehicles from 2025 to 2027.