Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors has unveiled its Ora iQ electric sedan at Auto Expo 2020. GWM launched the Ora brand in 2018 with three models: iQ, R1, and R2 (announced). All are built on the ME pure electric platforms. The best security in its category. The name “Ora” pays homage to the Swiss mathematician Leonard Euler. This model is for young Chinese people who love city life. IQ is primarily aimed at young families. The IQ is the first model from the Ora brand to establish itself as the next generation all-electric compact SUV.
Ora iQ will be launched in India by December 2021.


It is powered by a Farasis 54.35 kWh linear lithium-ion battery and a 120 kW / 280 Nm BorgWarner permanent magnet synchronous motor output with an NEDC range of 401 km.


According to the company, the overall design of the IQ is “short, modern and full of the future.” The IQ is well priced with features like full LED headlights, cruise control, keyless entry, keyless start, leather seats, a rearview camera, and a 9-inch floating control screen.  The plus of this car is the back seat and a large trunk. The dimensions of the IQ are 4445/1735/1567 mm (L / W / H), and the wheelbase is 2615 mm. The design remains simple to save on production costs, and the front and back are themed horizontal designs.

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The cup-shaped headlights connect to the grille. And the bumper goes into interior side pockets with horizontal notches that move across the width of the car. The rugged exterior is clearly visible from the side, and the black plastic finish accentuates the high ride height and long wheelbase. DLO is a simple design for cab ventilation.

GWM Electric iQ Sedan: Indian Forecast

If GWM decides to export the iQ. It could be a cheaper alternative to models such as the Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius, and Hyundai Ioniq. Additional training contributes to the practicality and functionality of developing countries where road accidents are common. Great Wall Motors has yet to officially confirm the iQ for the Indian market, but it’s a glamorous model that combines the kindness and lightness of a sedan. Both the body types are perceived as aspirational by the Indian car buyer.


The highlight of this package is the price. The IQ sells in China for between RMB 114,800 and 119,800 (INR 11.72 lakh to 12.23 lakh) and is an attractive price point for a vehicle with a long list of features and plenty of space. When a high level of localization and cost optimization is achieved, the iQ can be a smart alternative to the Tata Nexon EV and Mahindra eXUV300.