Chinese Maxus Introduced Its New Electric Minivan Model Dana M1

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Maxus e-Deliver 3 had a conventional design despite being a 100% electric vehicle, but the design of the new Dana M1 is quite different. More rounded lines, C-shaped daytime LEDs, glossy black details, dual-colored rims and three-piece taillights at the rear are among the striking details in the exterior design of the vehicle.

In the interior of the Dana M1, we see the LCD multimedia screen positioned on the console. On the passenger side of the console, a flat area of 1.6 m2 is offered, and the brand states that this area can be used as a work desk or dining table. Ambient lighting in the vehicle, which is stated to have soft surfaces on frequently touched surfaces, also adds a pleasant appearance to the environment.

The front seats of Dana M1, whose floor is made of wood, can be adjusted electrically. In addition, there are captain seats in the rear that can be slid forward and backward. The vehicle exhibited at the launch has a capacity of four people, but a long-wheelbase version with seating for seven people will also be available in the future.

Technical details of the model, whose sales in China will start in the first half of next year, are not yet clear, but it will not be much different from the commercial version, Dana V1. The model in question has a 90 kW electric motor positioned on the rear axle. The lithium-iron-phosphate battery with a capacity of 42 kWh provides a driving range of 305 km according to the CLTC norm and an energy consumption of 15.9 kWh.

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