|Layout||Front Engine, Front Wheel Drive|
|Engine(s)||2.2L Turbocharged I-4|
|Transmission(s)||5 speed Manumatic transmission|
|Length||4,845 mm (190.7 in)|
|Width||1,876 mm (73.9 in)|
|Height||1,768 mm (69.6 in)|
|Curb weight||1,830–1,875 kg (4,000–4,100 lb)|
Luxgen7 MPV is an 7 passenger automobile produced by Luxgen beginning from 2009. It was officially shown to the public on August 19, 2009, and hit showrooms on 9/19/2009. The car is powered by a 2.2L I-4 MEFI turbocharged engine developed by tuned by Delphi. The platform is derived from the Renault Espace. The turbocharger is supplied by Garrett and powers the engine up to 175 PS (129 kW/173 hp) at 5,200 rpm and 28 kg·m (270 N·m/200 lb·ft) of torque from 2,500 to 4,000 rpm. The 5-speed Manumatic transmission is supplied by Aisin. Pricing starts at NT$798,000 up to NT$1,068,000. ABS, EBD, BAS, and the Think+ Multi-purpose system(slightly different by trim level) are all standard equipment. The targeted competitor is the Toyota Previa.
The car is equipped with the latest technologies which makes it unique among competition. The voice controlled LUXGEN Think+ system (co-developed with HTC) combines the on-board Windows CE computer with the Electronic Stability Control system and provides 3.5G mobile internet connection, GPS navigation, along with travel, shop, and traffic information.
Luxgen also plans to introduce a Luxgen7 MPV electric vehicle co-developed by AC Propulsion. The top speed is 145 km/h (90 mph) and the electric range is 350 kilometres (220 mi) at 40 km/h (25 mph).
|2009–present||Luxgen7 MPV||175 PS (129 kW)||274 N·m (202 lb·ft)|
|2010-11?||Luxgen7 MPV EV+||240 PS (177 kW)||265 N·m (195 lb·ft)|
The Luxgen 7 CEO is an executive limousine built on the MPV platform. It has two "first-class" rear seats with massage, recline and leg rest. A divider with motorized panels separates the passenger and driver compartments. The glass window can be frosted with the flick of a switch which, along with an opaque panel, enhances privacy.
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- http://www.luxgen-motor.com.tw/ -Chinese official site
|Luxgen road vehicle timeline, 2009–present|