New IM L6 is coming to the UK and gunning for the Tesla Model 3

 IM Engines has declared it will enter the UK market and its most memorable vehicle at a bargain here will be the L6 cantina. Making its worldwide presentation at the Geneva Engine Show, the IM L6 is focused on the top notch finish of the electric leader cantina area and will accompany market-driving EV execution, as per the brand.

The L6 is booked to show up in the UK in the primary portion of 2025, close by the LS6 SUV, which will have the equivalent 'IO Beginning' design. Two battery models are made arrangements for the L6, a 75kWh rendition with a lithium-particle battery and a 100kWh model with strong state battery tech. The more modest battery is supposed to propose north of 372 miles of reach where the bigger battery will go more than 497 miles.

Execution is yet to be uncovered for the L6, however IM recommends a 0-62mph season of under three seconds, which would presumably mean a double engine design will be accessible. The L6 will likewise sit on 800V engineering and be fit for a charging pace of over 300kW - for reference the Tesla supercharger network is presently restricted to 250kW.

IM says the L6 will "work in the exceptional area with a reasonable spotlight on chief cantinas and bigger SUVs." Yude Wang, Item Supervisor for IM, told Auto Express an opponent for the L6 "would be the Tesla Model 3", so as far as estimating we could see the more modest battery model show up around the £40,000 price tag one year from now.

Meaning 'Clever Portability', IM was established in 2020 by MG's parent organization SAIC Engine. The firm is zeroing in absolutely on electric vehicles and sells the Tesla Model S-equaling L7 and LS7 medium size SUV in different business sectors, despite the fact that there's no word on whether those vehicles will be brought to the UK in future.

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