Amsterdam / Stockholm, 31 January 2024 – Global electric mobility technology brand ZEEKR is showcasing its state-of-the-art, luxury electric vehicles at eCar Expo Stockholm – Europe’s largest electric car fair – taking place from Friday 2 February to Sunday 4 February at the Friends Arena.
On the stand will be a ZEEKR 001 luxury shooting brake, and a ZEEKR X urban compact luxury SUV, both in Privilege specification. Test drives of both of these state-of-the-art models will also be available throughout the event.
On 3 February, Christopher Holmqvist, ZEEKR Europe’s Head of Sweden, will be speaking on stage from 13:15-13:45 on the topic ‘ZEEKR’s road to Europe’, detailing how ZEEKR’s luxury EVs combine state-of-the-art technology with everything customers need for a seamless ownership experience, and the brand’s key milestones in its global expansion strategy.
In Sweden ZEEKR is operating its flagship store in the Shopping Center Gallerian in Stockholm and will open a new pop-up store in the Shopping Center Nordstan in Gothenburg in March 2024.
Long range, fast charging, and high-performance
The ZEEKR 001’s imposing stance and purposeful, streamlined form clearly signals the vehicle’s performance and agility, with the 400kW (544hp), 686Nm, dual-motor all-wheel drive Performance and Privilege models capable of accelerating from 0-100km/h in just 3.8 seconds.
The single motor rear-wheel drive Long Range version can travel up to 620km (WLTP) on a single charge, making range anxiety a thing of the past. Fast charging at 200kW can charge the battery from 0-80% in only 30 minutes1, while the powerful 22KW AC on-board charger can fully replenish the battery from 0-100% in only five and a half hours1.
ZEEKR X is created for urban lifestyles and people seeking new challenges. When you just want to drive, the dual-motor, all-wheel drive Privilege model’s 315kW (428hp) and 543Nm of instant torque mean it can accelerate from 0-100km/h in just 3.8 seconds.
The single motor, rear-wheel drive Long Range Model can deliver up to 440km of range (WLTP). Complementing the 150kW DC charging capability, the 22kW AC on-board charger can fully charge the battery from empty in only four hours1.
(ZEEKR 001: Combined power consumption in kWh/100km: 18.2-18.5 (WLTP); Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 0. ZEEKR X: Combined power consumption in kWh/100km: 16.5-17.5 WLTP); Combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 0).
1 Charging times will vary according to factors including the charging equipment, ambient temperature, battery temperature, battery state of charge, and age and condition of the battery and the vehicle
ZEEKR is the global luxury electric mobility technology brand from Geely Holding Group. ZEEKR aims to create a fully integrated user ecosystem with innovation as standard. The brand utilizes the EV-focused Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA) and includes its own e-powertrain technologies and a sustainable electric vehicle supply chain.
ZEEKR operates its R&D center in Ningbo, Hangzhou, Gothenburg, and Shanghai and boasts state-of-the-art facilities and world-class expertise. The engineering team in Sweden works on core technologies including vehicle architectures, powertrain, chassis, and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). They also collaborate with start-ups, innovation hubs and academia in Sweden and from around the world to pave the way for future sustainable mobility.
ZEEKR Global Design center, also located in Gothenburg, is home to a diverse, international team working in disciplines including exterior and interior design, color, materials, human-machine interface (HMI), and digital and physical modeling. The inside of the building boasts an open layout to encourage all teams to work together as a single, unified group.
Since ZEEKR began delivering vehicles in October 2021, the brand has delivered over 200,000 vehicles to date including the ZEEKR 001, ZEEKR 009 MPV and ZEEKR X urban SUV. ZEEKR has announced plans to sell vehicles in European, Middle Eastern and other Asian markets, and has an ambitious roll-out plan over the next five years to satisfy the rapidly expanding global EV demand.