This is our first look at the production-ready HiPhi Z from the Chinese brand Human Horizons and it could very well become the most dramatically styled EV of existence.
Human Horizons first hit our radar in September 2020 with the unveiling of the HiPhi X, an ultra-electric SUV of a highly futuristic design. Fast forward to December 2021 and Human Horizons unveiled its HiPhi Z concept, a dramatic sedan that looks more like a spaceship than a normal car. The HiPhi Z has now been spied on in production disguise, albeit in disguise.
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The exterior design of the road-going model is very similar to the concept. Things kicked out with a black mist grille, sharp creases and an enchanting front edge with offensive lines. Spying by this prototype Car News China The final product was not equipped with headlights but the finished model will probably have a very similar LED lighting array of ideas.
Next to the Z, the dramatic shape of the panoramic glass roof catches the eye. The prototype is mounted on the wheel with an arrow cover and has a 255/45 front and 285/40 rear Michelin tire set. One obvious difference between this test car and the Z concept is that this model has a traditional wing mirror instead of a rear camera.
The rear of the car retains its overall shape just like the concept. For example, there is a spoiler extending from the roof and splitting the rear window in two. The back of the concept had a dramatic LED light bar extending the width and this prototype only has less temporary light on the bumper, we suspect that the finished product will actually have a prominent light bar.
A photo has also been taken of the interior of the Human Horizons HiPhi Z. It shows that the electric sedan will have a digital instrument cluster and a large, portrait-based infotainment screen instead of a horizontal display of the concept. The Z does not have a third display like the HiPhi X, which is located directly in front of the passenger.
The details of the powertrain remain uncertain but should be like the X’s. As such, a 97 kWh battery is possible, such as a rear-wheel drive version pumping 299 hp and an all-wheel drive variant 598 hp.