Foxconn, one of the largest electronics manufacturers in the world and a provider of subcontracting services to many companies, particularly Apple’s iPhone model, unveiled the prototype of the electric vehicles it has developed. The company, which together with Taiwanese automaker Yulon launched three vehicles, sedans, SUVs and buses, said it offers a range of 700 km for the SUV model and up to 750 km for the sedan model.
Foxconn, one of the world’s largest suppliers to electronics manufacturers based in Taiwan, presented its electric vehicle prototypes.
The company introduced three models, SUV, sedan and bus, and developed the vehicles under the name Foxtron, which was founded in partnership with Taiwanese automaker Yulon as part of its plans to diversify its activities.
Foxconn, which subcontracts electronic devices to many companies, particularly US tech giant Apple, said the SUV it calls Model C has a seating capacity of up to seven people, a range of up to 700 km and a 0 . will provide -100 speed of 3.8 seconds. The Model E, a large luxury sedan, should promise a range of up to 750 km with 750 hp.
At the launch of the vehicles, Foxtron Executive Vice President Tso Chi-sen said the company hopes to generate $ 35 billion in electric vehicle sales within five years.
During the presentation, Tso Chi-sen emphasized that the company had also set itself the goal of selling services or parts to 10 percent of the vehicles in the world market for electric vehicles between 2025 and 2027.
The company, known as Foxconn and its full name Hon Hai Precision Industry, stressed that it has no experience in the automotive industry and that it aims to become a major player in the electric vehicle market.
It is said that the sedan model developed will be put up for sale by an unspecified company in the coming years, while the 2023 SUV model will be sold under a Yulon brand. The bus presented is to be offered for sale from next year under the Foxtron brand.