At this year’s Auto Shanghai, the Taiwanese from Luxgen have unveiled the Neora Concept, an electric sedan which hints at how the automaker’s future production models will look like.
The Luxgen Neora Concept is a front wheel drive vehicle that weights 1,600 Kg and which is powered by a 180 kW electric induction motor that is linked to a high-power 48 kWh rechargeable lithium-ion battery. This electric motor enables the Neora to accelerate from 0 to 100 Km/h in 6.5 seconds and reach a top speed of 250 Km/h. 
The battery pack can regain 80 percent of its power in only one hour, and when it is fully charged, the Neora’s claimed driving range is 400 Km. 
Other highlights regarding the Luxgen Neora Concept include a PDLC electric sunroof as well an LED screen part of the infotainment system for the rear passengers, a second infotainment system that uses a 9-inch display and which can exchange information with other vehicles, head-up display and ergonomic seats.
The interior of the Neora Concept makes use of recycled wood and non-processed / non-dyed raw materials, along with eco-friendly trims in order create a ‘natural pure innocence’.

Source: Luxgen