BAIC’s high-end EV brand, ARCFOX ECF to launch in 2nd half 2020 or named MARK5


Recently, we have obtained news from relevant channels that the production model of the ARCFOX ECF, high-end brand of BAIC New Energy, will be launched in the middle of the year. The new car is a pure electric SUV, powered by a permanent magnet synchronous motor model TZ235XS561 provided by Beijing Siemens Automotive Electric Drive System (Changzhou) Co., Ltd., with a maximum power of 160kW. Up to 600km.

Regarding the appearance, ARCFOX ECF is a mid-sized pure electric SUV built from the ECF concept car. It continues the design outline of the ECF concept car in appearance design, but the mass production version of the car is mediocre compared to the concept car. .

In the front part, the new car adopts a design without grille. A straight line under the headlights runs through the entire front of the car, making the entire front face more layered. The headlights adopt a Porsche-like “frog eye” shape. If you cover the car logo, you will find that the entire car still lacks its own brand design language.

The car side part, the new car is still very different from the concept car, especially the very personal C-pillar design in the concept car, it is not continued on the production version. The door handle uses a hidden design, which is more in line with the current design trend of new products. In the body size part, the length, width, and height of the new car are 4788/1940 / 1683mm, and the wheelbase is 2915mm, positioning the mid-sized pure electric SUV.

The rear of the car uses a lot of straight line design, which is quite consistent with the overall design language of the concept car. The tail light adopts bar-type design, and the three-dimensional design makes the whole tail light more textured. We can see from the logo posted on the rear of the car that the new car may be named MARK5. In terms of configuration, the highly equipped models will be equipped with 360 panoramic images, large-size rims, matrix LED headlights and ADAS driving assistance systems. The sunroof is standard for all systems.