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Innovative Tech and Roomy: Aito M9

Huawei is teaming up with Seres to introduce their newest electric vehicle, the Aito M9. Already renowned for crafting excellent iPhone alternatives, the Chinese company has entered into a collaborative partnership with Chery to produce the Luxeed S7 which is more advanced than Tesla’s Model S.

Its newest cooperative endeavor comes loaded with top-notch technology, including projectors that offer occupants a movie theater-style knowledge either indoors or out of the lustrous Chinese sport utility vehicle.

The Aito M9 sports an impressive exterior and generous proportions, appealing to car-lovers seeking a plus-size option similar to the popular BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS, along with some regional choices you may not have been aware of.

What was once an impossible dream of futuristic technology is now a reality with the arrival of progressive headlamps featuring an integrated projector. Such a projector can broadcast videos and images onto any nearby flat surface up to a size of one hundred inches! These advanced headlights, therefore, give users the ability to make their day-to-day tasks more beaconed with this wondrous paraphernalia.

Within, a 32-inch retractable monitor attempts to emulate the Movie Theatre Screen from the BMW i7, and the dashboard features three displays that join to form an overarching screen comparable to Mercedes’ Hyperscreen alongside an immense head-up display. Furthermore, if that was not enough digital realty, each of the four back seats passengers has a tablet operated by Huawei’s HarmonyOS 4 platform which they can use for entertainment.

This six-person SUV provides an adjustable and convenient seating configuration, which can be shifted into a two-person sleeping surface. Each chair is electrified, with both heating and cooling abilities.

The Aito M9 is equipped with an entirely electric powertrain that achieves 390 kW (523 hp) with 392 miles of range. Additionally, it is available as an Extended Range Electric Vehicle (EREV), where a 1.5-liter engine works as a generator while combined with twin electric motors to generate 365 kW (490 hp). This design gives it a potential range ranging from 846-871 miles.

Presently, one can purchase the Aito M9. Early in 2021, shipments will begin, with costs beginning at 469,800 Yan (amounting to roughly $65,700) for the M9 EREV Max and reaching around $80,000 for the M9 EV Ultra.

Taking into account the tempestuous bond between the United States and Huawei, there is limited prospect of this electric SUV hitting our shores soon.

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