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Zinoro
之诺
Zinoro logo.jpg
Product typeAutomotive marque
OwnerBMW Brilliance
CountryChina
Introduced2013
Websitehttp://www.zhinuo.com.cn/

Zinoro (之诺) is a luxury automobile marque owned by BMW Brilliance which specialises in electric vehicles. It was launched in 2013.

Products

Zinoro 1E

Zinoro 1E (之诺1E) is all-electric crossover, based on the BMW X1 (E84), was the first product of BMW Brilliance’s new brand and the first new energy vehicle (NEV) from a Chinese premium manufacturer. It was unveiled at the 2013 Guangzhou Auto Show.[1]

The Zinoro 1E had a rear-mounted 125 kW electric motor and produced a peak torque of 250 N·m (184 lb-ft). The motor is powered by a lithium iron phosphate battery pack that can deliver an all-electric range of up to 150 km (93 mi). Charging of the battery takes around 7.5 hours with a 16A wallbox. Top speed is electronically limited to 130 km/h (81 mph).[1]

After early 2014 the Zinoro 1E was available for leasing only in Beijing and Shanghai, and the company planned[needs update] to open another showroom in Shenyang.[1][2] Leasing starts at 400 RMB per day (~US$65) or 7,400 RMB per month (~US$1,200). The annual contract was planned to include the wall box charger, car registration plate, insurance, maintenance, and repairs[clarification needed].[2] The Zinoro 1E is eligible for a NEV plate in Beijing, which had a registration quota of 20,000 new energy vehicles for 2014.[2][needs update] In Shanghai license plates are auctioned for the equivalent of just under €10,000 as of September 2014. As of 2014, electric cars received their license plate free of charge.[3]

Zinoro 60H

Zinoro 60H (之诺60H) is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle based on the second generation BMW X1 Long Wheelbase and previewed by the Zinoro Concept Next, launched in 2016.[4][5][needs update]

References

  1. ^ a b c Mike Millikin (2013-11-21). "BMW Brilliance unveils Zinoro 1E BEV at Guangzhou show". Green Car Congress. Retrieved 2014-09-27.
  2. ^ a b c Hao Yan (2014-04-25). "BMW Brilliance's different path to crack market". China Daily. Retrieved 2014-09-27.
  3. ^ Christiane Kühl (2014-09-24). "ElektromobilitätElektroautos - China nimmt neuen Anlauf" [Electromobility: Electric cars - China takes a new approach]. Manager Magazin (in German). Retrieved 2014-09-27.
  4. ^ BMW Launches X1 PHEV In China, But Don't Call It A BMW
  5. ^ Official Photos Of The Brilliance-BMW Zinoro 60H

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