Lynk & Co Z10 debuts with impressive range and rapid charging

Max McDee, 13 June 2024

The Lynk & Co Z10 made its official debut at a global premiere in Gothenburg, Sweden. The flagship sedan, formerly known as the Lynk & Co Zero, points to a bold new direction for the brand.

Based on Lynk & Co's "The Next Day" concept car, the Z10 boasts has very distinctive headlights, hidden door handles, and frameless side windows. The standout feature of its exterior, however, is the drag coefficient of just 0.198 Cd, enhancing efficiency and performance.

Lynk & Co Z10 unveiled in Sweden

Built on an 800V architecture, the Z10 features dual silicon carbide motors, propelling it from 0 to 62 mph in a mere 3.5 seconds and promising an impressive range of over 497 miles on a single charge. You can regain up to 356 miles of range in just 15 minutes on a charger, which is also quite impressive.

The Z10 is constructed on the SEA (Sustainable Experience Architecture) platform, shared by models from Lotus, Smart, Zeekr, and Volvo, all under the Geely umbrella. Dual-chamber air springs and electromagnetic suspension promise a comfortable ride even at high speeds.

Lynk & Co Z10 unveiled in Sweden

Inside a 15.4-inch floating touchscreen with Flyme Auto dominates the center console, complemented by a heads-up display. It's all powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8295, so operation should be perfectly smooth. The minimalist design extends to the two-spoke steering wheel, while both front and rear seats offer ventilation, heating, and massage functions for extra comfortable ride.

The Lynk & Co Z10 is equipped with LiDAR and an Nvidia Orin-X chip, to enable both highway and urban Navigation on Autopilot (NOA).

Lynk & Co Z10 unveiled in Sweden

The price is yet to be officially confirmed, but rumors has it the Z10 will start at just RMB 200,000 ($27,600), when it hits the streets in China.


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  • Anonymous

NOT 8295,z10 is powered by AMD V series just like Tesla,says that perf 1.8x better than 8295

Impressive car indeed. It underscores Musk's message, that the Chinese auto industry is rapidly obsoleting the legacy car makers. Even Tesla appears unable to keep up with their pace of innovation. The 38% tariff under consideration in Eur...



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