Two months after the all-new Baojun EQ100 was officially revealed in China, SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW) has just unveiled the interior design of the all-electric MPV in the Asian country.
General Motors’ second joint venture in China has revealed the interior design of the all-new Baojun EQ100 for the first time, introducing an entirely new styling philosophy and new connectivity developments in the new era of electrification for the automaker’s youngest brand. In fact, the new EQ100 has the most technologically advanced interior in Baojun’s history and debuts a next-generation operating system.
In particular, the first official images of the all-new Baojun EQ100’s interior show that the subcompact-sized MPV has a modern-looking two-tone cabin that is noticeably different than those from the brand’s other EVs. The floating dashboard’s minimalist horizontal arrangement stands out, which only houses the air vents and two coasters at each end, serving as support for the screens, and a new steering wheel.
Unlike any other SGMW vehicle, the massive infotainment screen is the centerpiece of the interior design and incorporates practically all the functions of the all-new Baojun EQ100 EV. The model is equipped with a prominent 15.6-inch high-resolution floating screen powered by a MediaTek MT8666 chip that manages all operational controls without physical buttons, combined with an 8.8-inch digital instrument panel.
With the capacity to comfortably accommodate up to five passengers, the Baojun EQ100 cabin offers ample space for its occupants and will be available in two colorways, black and dark turquoise with beige. The seat upholstery is inspired by the Italian Bubble sofa and the second row can be completely folded into the floor, serving as sofa bed. In addition, the EQ100 is packed with storage spaces for drinks and objects.
The all-new Baojun EQ100 MPV’s official launch will take place in the coming days as the newest member of the brand’s growing portfolio of electric vehicles, and the first in a new family of zero-emission models bearing the Baojun ‘EQ’ nomenclature prefix. It will also stand out for being the first to include the brand’s new LingOS 2.0 operating system that supports intelligent voice command, fluid navigation and remote control of the vehicle through a mobile app.