PARIS, July 29, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Q-Power, Chery’s global energy platform, was officially launched in Brazil. Chery’s unwavering commitment to the next technological revolution and the era of electrification and intelligence is reflected in Q-Power, which was the best energy solution at the time. In parallel, to help Europe achieve carbon neutrality, the OMODA 5, a mass-produced model powered by Q-Power, will be sold in France.
The global Q-Power energy platform is the result of 25 years of Chery energy technology, covering all areas of professional energy solutions for future energy types, such as gasoline, hybrid, electric and hydrogen, capable to meet all the needs of customers on terms. of travel.
With the help of the Q-Power energy platform, Chery plans to release a range of products in 2022 with better technology, better design and better environmental protection. Six new energy solutions, including plug-in hybrid technology and 48V hybrid technology, will be introduced to the Brazilian market. Chery’s new OMODA power model, equipped with Q-Power technology, will be the first to be released in France and in the European market, where the legislation related to energy saving and environmental protection is more active and where the applicable standards are stricter.
Chery strives to achieve the perfect balance between energy saving and nature protection through technological innovation to provide efficient and environmentally friendly solutions as the world becomes more carbon neutral. Chery’s new energy product vision is reflected in the Q-Power platform, which embodies the company’s main goal of promoting the development of green transportation worldwide and creating a healthy environment for intelligent transportation.
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