Beijing (Gasgoo) – Chinese new energy vehicle manufacturer Leapmotor has seen a version of the REEV C11 (Extended Range Electric Vehicle) included in a catalog recently published by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (“MIIT”).
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Currently, there is only an all-electric version of the Leapmotor C11 on the market. The all-electric mid-size SUV has a maximum battery capacity of 90 kWh, giving it a NEDC range of up to 600 km. The all-electric C11 is priced between 179,800 and 229,800 yuan.
Inheriting the classic C11 profile, the range-extended version features a mesh front grille and hidden exhaust layout. The car measures 4,780mm in length, 1,905mm in width, 1,675mm in height and a 2,930mm wheelbase, making it 30mm longer than the battery-powered C11.
Notably, the C11 REEV is fitted with a 1.2T engine codenamed DAM12TD, which is the exact model used in Li Auto’s signature Li ONE SUV. The engine produces a maximum power of 96 kW, while the electric motor on the C11 offers a rated output of 85 kW and a peak power of 200 kW.
The C11 REEV will be powered by a 43.74kWh battery pack that provides a battery-only range of 285km and a total range of 1,024km.