Two hottest clean energy car models at Paris Motor Show 2019
In addition to the commercial vehicles and the new Concept, two clean energy vehicles have received a lot of attention from users around the globe.
After receiving positive feedback from users last year, the Audi E-tron Concept has made more positive changes to be ready for production in 2019. This positive signal shows the very strong development of the electric car segment in the coming time and users have another good choice of cars come from reputable brands such as Audi.
According to information from the show, the Etron will be a powerful SUV that competes directly with Mercedes Benz, Faraday Future FF 91 or even the Telsa X Model. The car will be equipped with a 95kWh lithium-ion battery pack that will allow the car to travel up to 500km. As expected, this model will also have the capacity of up to 492 horsepower and can operate continuously for many hours.
Audi Etron brings most of the strengths of Audi in interior design, comfort and operation. So, when the Etron 2019 is officially put into production next year, this model can completely become a blockbuster to stir up the global car market in the period from 2020 to 2022.
Project Black S
This is another “super product” from Inffinity – the luxury car brand of Nissan Japan. This car was newly developed and launched last year at the Geneva Motor Show 2017. Black S is expected to use a Hybrid engine that combines gasoline and electric power as the most popular hybrid cars today.
According to the Concept version, Black S is equipped with engines inspired by Formula 1 racing cars. Black S has a Twin Turbo V6 engine combined with an electric motor for optimum performance up to 563hp. Not only impressive in terms of engine, design of Project Black S is also relatively modern and contemporary. Except for the “characteristics” of the Infinity brand, the Black S model carries a lot of similarities with some super models of BMW, Audi and Roll – Royce.
Clean energy car market is growing with the participation of almost prestigious car manufacturers in America, Europe, Japan and Korea. This strong development will also open opportunities for good cars of fuel economy at affordable prices.