Yang Wang U9

The ultra-powerful all-electric supercar, 100% powered by BYD, is driven by four motors with a combined maximum output of 1,305 horsepower (PS), achieving 0-100 km/h in just 2.36 seconds. It has been developed to be a high-end electric supercar by BYD, based on the e4 platform in collaboration with luxurious SUVs. The highlight lies in the use of up to 4 electric motors and the cutting-edge Disus X suspension system, allowing the car to move smoothly even with only 3 wheels, including the ability to jump or dance freely.

The exterior appearance stands out with bird-wing doors, with the dimensions of the body being 4,966 mm in length, 2,029 mm in width, 1,295 mm in height, and a wheelbase of 2,900 mm. The vehicle’s weight is 2,475 kilograms, which is relatively heavy for a supercar, partly due to the battery weight of about 633 kilograms. Furthermore, the large rear spoiler can generate downforce of up to 280 kilograms, enhancing stability at high speeds. It is equipped with 21-inch wheels, covered with front tires sized 275/35 R21 and rear tires sized 325/30 R21.

Inside the cabin, the design is styled in a cockpit style, separating the driver and passengers clearly. Each seat is equipped with a personal display screen, along with another vertical screen in the central console area. It comes with a 3-spoke steering wheel similar to ordinary cars, complemented by digital rearview mirrors using cameras instead of conventional mirrors for reflection.

This supercar is equipped with electric motors providing a maximum output of 960 kilowatts or 1,305 horsepower (PS), with a maximum torque of 1,680 Newton-meters, transmitting power to all four wheels. It can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 2.36 seconds, achieve a top speed of 309.19 km/h, and complete a quarter-mile in just 9.78 seconds.

The lithium-ion phosphate (LFP) battery has a capacity of 80 kilowatt-hours, capable of driving up to a maximum distance of 465 kilometers according to CLTC standards. It also comes with an 800-volt electrical architecture, supporting a maximum charging power of up to 500 kilowatts, allowing for a charging time from 30% to 80% in just 10 minutes. Additionally, it supports dual-charging, allowing two chargers to operate simultaneously. This technology is already being used in the MPV Denza D9.