Why zhiji auto core strength is not inferior to supercar

On November 1, 2021, in the authoritative measurement of Shanghai National Motor Vehicle Product Quality Inspection and Testing Center, Zhiji L7, as the first mass production model of Zhiji Automobile, can accelerate 3.87s for 100km and brake 32.69m for 100km, which is comparable to the performance strength of million-class supercar.At the same time, Zhiji L7 also has the ultimate control ability of 0.968g of steady-state maximum lateral acceleration, which sets a new standard of performance in the era of intelligent electronics with its core strength.The company has entered the three-second club with a 100-kilometer acceleration time of just over three seconds, thanks to forward-looking technologies such as the high-performance motor of the L7 and the high-performance four-wheel drive system with a partial rear drive.The front and rear permanent magnet synchronous motors combine to produce 578 horsepower /725 nm, which is comparable to a 4.0t V8.The main drive motor, located in the rear axle of the vehicle, uses two cutting-edge technologies: 8-layer hair-PIN flat wire winding and straight waterfall oil cooling.Compared with ordinary windings, the slot full rate of the 8-layer hair-PIN flat wire windings is improved by 20%, which means that the output power can be improved by about 20% for the same volume.The innovative straight waterfall oil cooling design greatly enhances the cooling performance of the main drive motor.The cooling system is precise and efficient, enabling active on demand control and directional lubrication.It improves the sustainable performance of the motor by 46% compared to the traditional water-cooled solution, ensuring that the Zhiji L7 can accelerate more than 10 times continuously for 100 km, thus making the power experience unrestricted.The 32.69 meter mega supercar braking performance and strong acceleration performance in the Zhiji L7 coexist.Custom Brembo high performance counterclockwise four-piston all-aluminum calipers for higher strength and lighter weight.It adopts high standard manufacturing technology to meet the excellent braking performance of Zhiji L7 under various working conditions.At the same time, the large size of the L7 high performance ventilation brake disc is comparable to millions of performance cars.Front and rear dimensions reach 365mm and 356mm respectively.The larger braking friction area ensures better braking response and extremely low thermal attenuation, providing sufficient braking force for the vehicle braking.In addition, pirelli P ZERO performance tires jointly selected by Zhiji and Williams Foresight engineering teams can be customized in all directions.With tyre sizes and formulations that best match the L7, the sports car’s super grip is displayed.Zhiji L7 not only has a strong “rush out, brake firmly” performance, but also in the Williams adjustment and four-wheel steering technology enabled to give full play to the vehicle’s handling.In the steady-state maximum lateral acceleration control index, Zhiji L7 has a high performance strength of 0.968g.The greater the steady-state maximum lateral acceleration, the higher the vehicle control limit.Every 0.05g increase means a step up in handling.With strong lateral acceleration and four-wheel steering system, Zhiji L7 is as flexible and stable as its own track in high-speed cornering and high-speed lane change.The bi-directional 12° steering function of the rear axle enables L7, which is beyond the size of C-class cars, to have A turning diameter of 10.8m, which is comparable to a-class cars, with higher handling limits and easy driving experience.With surging power, strong braking and ultra-high control limit, Zhiji L7 will bring users a high performance experience of flying close to the ground, and enjoy the advanced driving quality and driving pleasure brought by millions of performance more calmly and gracefully.The new standards of performance in the age of smart electricity have been reshaped.

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