The Ultimate Mobile Space
Yes, I know we’ve talked a lot about mpvs on this channel and you guys might not be very into it, but trust me this one could change your Music mind because we reckon that in the future, mpvs will be more suitable for literally everyone, as electrification will Make it just better the every single way we even think mpvs are bound to be electrified, and today let me show you why Im Harris watch to M if we ignore the price, what we want from a certain type of cars are actually the same.
Versatility and Luxury Combined
We want large saloons for comfort and luxury H, hatches for performance and excitement and SUVs for versatility and depresses. As for PVS theres, only one thing were thinking about the space so let’s get in the back first and see what this one can offer. Comy seats, big screens, fridges and Trays were all considered premium features for luxury cars, but now these are just basic offers in Chinese family EVs, and this one is no exception.
Enhancing the Overall Experience
Some may think competing on these minor features are making the development straight away from the car itself, but for npv. These are two enhance the overall experience heres an example after filming the X9. That day, I needed to do some work on my laptop. That was when I really appreciated the second row. The tray can secure my laptop, the seat can be adjusted just right. The heating and massaging can relax my body and the smooth R experience and excellent mvh can prevent any disturbance to my work.
A Real Mobile Space!
Impressive Design and Comfort
One of the most impressive things about the Xpeng X9 MPV is its structural design. Unlike many other MPVs, including the V, this car doesn’t have any resonance or noise from the seats and floor, even at high speeds. Just when I thought this level of comfort couldn’t get any better, I discovered that I could lie down and review and edit using the massive screen and the 23-speaker serial system. This is just one example of how the Xpeng X9 provides a truly immersive experience.
A Spacious and Versatile Ride
The Xpeng X9 MPV offers more space and a square design compared to large sedans, opening up a world of possibilities. Thanks to its electrification and loads of new features, the Xpeng X9 enhances the backseat experience, making it feel like a two-class business lounge on wheels. Even in the third row, which is usually cramped, as a 6’3″ guy, I still found the ride comfortable and cozy. The test drive schedule was quite strenuous, but spending a long time in the third row didn’t leave me feeling tired at all. The ample space, wide and comfortable seats, adjustable backrest angle, and super wide armrest with cup holders and power adjustments all contribute to a luxurious experience.
Unmatched Riding Experience
Even in the third row, where the rear wheels are directly below me, I didn’t feel any extra bumps or body movements. The only difference is the noise, as the side windows and the rear wing shield are not double-layered glass. However, despite this, I could still easily have a conversation with the driver even at high speeds. It’s worth noting that the Xpeng X9 MPV lacks a center armrest, which would have been a nice addition, but overall, it still leaves a lasting impression.
A Real Mobile Space! | Xpeng X9 Testdrive & Review
Cargo or Dogs? No, Something Even Better!
When it comes to the third row in most vehicles, it’s usually reserved for cargo or our furry friends. But the Xpeng X9 takes it up a notch by offering a spacious area specifically designed for full-size passengers. And that’s not all – there’s even exclusive space dedicated to the seat itself.
But how did Xpeng manage to create such a roomy interior? Well, underneath the floor, they’ve ingeniously squeezed in a rear-wheel steering drive motor, a 101 kWh battery, and a rear h-arm suspension system. So, it turns out that making room for this pit was not as simple as it may seem. And once the pit is filled with seats, the X9 can easily double as a proper van.
Safety Comes First
Now, some might be concerned about the safety of this design. After all, other MPVs with a similar setup could pose serious risks in the event of a rear-end collision. But Xpeng has clearly thought this through. They’ve added a crash barrier with a usage strength of 1700 megapascals behind the pit. And being a native EV, the rigid battery pack itself adds extra toughness to the chassis. So, you can rest assured that safety is not compromised with the X9.
Unleashing the Beast on the Road
Speaking of motors, suspension, and rear-wheel steering, let’s talk about how this giant vehicle performs on the road. Trust me, it’s something else. Usually, driving dynamics of an MPV are not particularly interesting – they’ve always been known for being boring and sloppy. But the X9 provides a whole new experience.
Despite its hefty 2.6-ton weight, the X9’s 370 kW dual motor can effortlessly propel the car from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.7 seconds. Even with the typical hollow MPV structure, the X9’s rigid body and well-tuned double-chamber air suspension deliver a ride experience comparable to that of a luxury SUV. And despite its nearly 5.3-meter length and almost 2-meter width, the rear-wheel steering system reduces the turning radius to an impressive 5 meters.
The Xpeng X9: Redefining MPVs
In a world where MPVs have often been associated with dull driving experiences and limited space, the Xpeng X9 breaks the mold. It not only provides a real mobile space but also combines power, safety, and agility into one impressive package. So, if you’re looking for an MPV that delivers more than what meets the eye, the Xpeng X9 is definitely worth a test drive.
A Real Mobile Space! | Xpeng X9 Testdrive & Review
An Emphasis on Comfort and Stability
The Xpeng X9, with its intelligent design, promises superior comfort and highway stability. While it may not aim to be the sportiest car on the block, its sport mode feels more like a comfort setting on winding roads. The Xpeng X9 embraces its role as an MPV and focuses on providing a smooth and comfortable ride, without defying the laws of physics.
Practically Driving Itself
One of the standout features of the Xpeng X9 is its autonomous driving capabilities. During my roughly 200 km test drive, I only had to take control of the car for about 10 kilometers. The Xpeng X9 handled situations like overtaking choices, navigating through road works, and lane changes effortlessly. It was almost as if the car could drive itself. The Xpeng X9 does not rely on HD maps for its autonomous driving features, making it adaptable and available in other countries. European viewers will have the opportunity to witness how it compares to Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) system, as it will be available in Europe by the end of 2024.
A Stylish MPV
There is a common stigma associated with MPVs being perceived as “mom’s cars.” However, the Xpeng X9 breaks away from this stereotype. Its design sets it apart from its competitors. With sharp lines, super flat panels, and seamless windows, the Xpeng X9 exudes a futuristic and sleek appearance. The inspiration for its design is said to come from starships, adding an element of excitement and uniqueness to its overall look.
A Mobile Space Like No Other
Beyond its design and driving capabilities, the Xpeng X9 offers ample space for passengers and cargo. With a length of 4 meters, even shorter than other compact cars, the Xpeng X9 manages to maximize its interior space. It provides a real mobile space that can accommodate a variety of needs. Whether it’s a family trip or transporting larger items, the Xpeng X9 ensures comfort and convenience for all occupants.
A Not-So-Aesthetic Exterior
Where would you think honestly? The overall proportion is not that right. The rear overhang is a bit too long, and the whole vehicle seems a bit bulky. It doesn’t quite have that serious and busy look like the Z9, but then again, the exterior isn’t just about art; it’s also about functionality. With such a design, the Colosso can have an extremely low drag coefficient of 227, all while ensuring plenty of craft space for the third-row passengers. So yes, it’s not what we call pretty, but it’s cool, very applause cool.
The Pointlessness of Oil Electric MPVs?
Even after watching the video, I’m sure some viewers still think that an oil electric MPV is pointless, even in China. These vehicles are still harder to sell compared to plug-in hybrids. However, we still believe it’s going to be huge. If you’ve seen the promos from various car companies and autonomous driving tech firms envisioning the future of automobiles, it’s always about these all-electric, fully autonomous mobile spaces. And doesn’t this MPV embody the essence of these future creations?
The Growing Trend of Electrification
In fact, the electrification of MPVs is already happening. Just a few weeks ago, Volvo launched an all-electric MPV, the EM90, based on its Chinese sibling, Zer9. Even Hong Kong, although still dominated by Toyota, is showing some love for electric MPVs with the Maxus Meon. This could be the start of a larger shift in the market.
In conclusion, the Xpeng X9 may not have the most aesthetically pleasing exterior, but its functionality and futuristic design make it a potential game-changer in the world of MPVs. With the growing trend of electrification and autonomous driving, these mobile spaces are likely to become the norm in the future. So, while some may still question the point of an oil electric MPV, it’s clear that the Xpeng X9 and other similar vehicles have a place in the market.
The Xpeng X9 truly stands out as a game-changer in the world of MPVs. Its emphasis on comfort, stability, autonomous driving, and stylish design showcases the brand’s dedication to innovation. With its spacious interior and futuristic aesthetic, the Xpeng X9 offers a unique and exciting driving experience. As it expands to other countries, it will surely make its mark in the electric car market. The Xpeng X9 is not just an MPV; it’s a real mobile space that caters to the needs and desires of modern drivers.