The Neta GT was presented by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on March 9.
The Neta GT’s exterior features include big headlights, hood “air vents,” and a body proportion that is similar to that of a conventional fuel sports car. The GT is marginally smaller than the Bentley Continental GT with dimensions of 4715/1979/1415 mm and a 2770 mm wheelbase.
The GT has four seats, but there doesn’t seem to be much room in the back, making it more of a 2+2 than a full-space four-seater. The GT also boasts large, frameless doors.
Internally, the dashboard is attractive and features a 17.6-inch touchscreen in the center, as well as a curved screen for the instrument panel. With a flat bottom and top, the three-spoke steering wheel is nearly square in shape. The leather seats appear to be cozy, but for a sports car, they feel a little flat.
A wireless charging plate in the center tunnel appears to be big enough for two devices.
According to the current information, Neta GT will provide a number of types, including single-motor rear drive and dual-motor four-wheel drive models, to pick from in terms of power. 560 and 580 kilometers, respectively, are the cruising ranges. In the future, Neta is willing to introduce versions with a 660-kilometer cruising range.
The new vehicle’s front motor and rear motor both have a maximum output of 170 kW each. This means that the dual-motor four-wheel drive version will have 340 kW, compared to 170 kW for the single-motor rear-wheel drive type. Both models have a 190 km/h top speed restriction.
Hozon Auto’s Neta electric vehicle brand was established in China in 2018. The Neta U-II SUV, the Neta V crossover, and the Neta S sedan are the three vehicles offered by the brand. Its fourth automobile is the Neta E. Similar to the Neta S sedan, it shares a basis.
With the GT expected to debut later this month, Neta’s product line will be further enhanced, and the sports theme of the company will be highlighted more.