An open ecosystem, innovative aesthetics, electrical, intelligent and secure architecture, multiple-choice primary energy services – by now, Chinese technology companies have also learned how to say nothing in nice words.
This is exactly what you know about the i-Land study car from Dongfeng carmaker Voyah: nothing. Also, it is certain that it uses an electric powertrain and is said to be capable of Level 3 autonomous transport, thanks to its self-developed ESSA intelligent electrical architecture, EIC technology, and WindLink 4.0 smart grid connection. Obviously.
Fortunately, the sight speaks for itself at several points. The puff installed in the place of the mother seat, for example, needs no explanation, partly because Volvo has already done so and partly because its function is logical. It is a completely original idea that the ventilation was solved by means of openings arranged in a harmonica-like manner on the edge of the arch of the center and floor console.
An ingenious touch screen integrated in the steering wheel hub (assuming the airbag opens from the roof), a concealed climate display recessed in the instrument panel trim are not a trivial idea, and it’s a mystery that the floor console’s dual-wing control panel are controlled.
The floor is covered with wood paneling, there is only one door per side, but we find a wider door that opens upwards, yet the threshold is not as thick and high as it was in the big example. The design of the wheels is as special as the illuminated nose trim.