Geometry C

Geometry A and the New Electric SUV from Geely and Volvo, Geometry C

Geometry is a recently created brand belonging to the Chinese group Geely. This giant owns the brands Volvo, Polestar, Lotus, PROTON, Lynk & Co, Zhidou, Maple, LEVC (London EV Company), and Terrafugia. Until now the firm only had a single model, the Geometry A. This D-segment sedan was conceived as a rival to the Tesla Model 3. It stands out among other things for impressive aerodynamics, something accomplished among other things by cutting-edge details such as retractable door handles.

Beyond having a modern interior in which, following current trends, all the leading role falls on a large touch screen, the most exciting thing about Geometry A is that it has all the technology of the Volvo brand in terms of safety. It also shows a certain level of autonomy by equipping a radar, six cameras, and twelve ultrasonic sensors.

With a total power of 161 hp to move a reasonable weight of 1,650 kg, the Geometry A is capable of doing the 0 to 100 km/h in just 8.8 seconds. A figure more than correct for a vehicle of its characteristics. Under the unrealistic NEDC approval cycle, the model announces a range of 402 km for its access version and 483 km for the long-range version. Therefore, the top variant will directly rival the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus RWD.

Now the brand has presented a series of sketches of what will be its second model, the Geometry C. This SUV, known internally under the code GE13, will be a vehicle of compact size with a front of torn headlights and without a grill, very similar to the Geometry A. The rear, meanwhile, will stand out from its brother sedan with pilots made up of 216 LEDs attached to the width of the gate (they measure 1.2 meters). Nor can we overlook the muscular sideline, the underbody guards, or the floating C-pillar. The retractable handles that already show off the first vehicle of the firm are also used.

Inside we will find a 12.3-inch touch screen, 5G connectivity, and autonomous driving. While mechanically it will reuse the GE2.0 platform of the Geometry A. The vehicle will be front-wheel drive and will have a maximum power of 204 hp. It will also be available with two batteries: one with 51.9 kWh (400 km NEDC) and the other with 61.9 kWh (520 km NEDC).

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