Electric SUV LI One from Beijing Chehejia Technology Ltd.

The maximum power and torque are 326 horsepower and 530 Nm respectively, and the cruising range can reach 1000 km.

Beijing Chehejia Technology Ltd., a Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup, unveiled its new electric SUV LI One yesterday, making it a strong contender to Tesla’s Model X.

Chehejia was founded by Li Xiang, one of the investors of NIO, a Chinese automobile manufacturer.

It is an all-electric luxury sports-utility vehicle powered by a front and rear dual-motor four-wheel-drive system with an acceleration time of 6.5 seconds per 100 km. The vehicle comes with six seats with an expandable option to make it seven.

The vehicle has achieved an aggregate mileage of more than 700 kilometers under the NEDC standard (180 km with pure battery power and 520 km with the distance-extension system). It would reportedly only lose about 5 percent of total mileage in extreme cold weather conditions, such as when temperatures drop 10 degree Celsius below zero.