HiPhi A Unveiled With 0-100 Kph Acceleration in 2 Seconds

This is the HiPhi A, a powerful Chinese electric supercar that combines the use of advanced materials with innovative technologies. It is a superlative marvel.

Inside the HiPhi A hypercar.

In just a few years, in China, new brands of electric vehicles have emerged and developed to the point of causing concern among European and Western manufacturers. Among these brands is HiPhi. The company has just unveiled the HiPhi A, a spectacular electric sports car, whether it be in terms of the materials used, electronic innovations, or performance

The supercar excels in superlatives. The car is adorned with elements made of titanium alloy and nano-ceramic. It is noteworthy that the use of TC4 titanium is a first in the automotive industry. The floor and hood are made of carbon. Among the technological innovations, there is intelligent torque vectoring and a cockpit loaded with technologies. To enhance its aggressiveness, the car features large air intakes on the sides of the bumper. As befits a supercar, there is a double wing at the rear to keep the car grounded.

A Power Monster

Inside the HiPhi A hypercar.
Inside the HiPhi A hypercar.

Although very young, at only four years old, the brand has designed its own electric motor. It consists of a rotor made of carbon fiber and a cooling system for the magnetic coil to reach 22,000 rpm without overheating. The motor is also equipped with another oil cooling system. The HiPhi A thus has three 800 V motors, two at the rear and one at the front, with a combined power equivalent of 1,287 hp. With this powertrain, the car reaches 100 km/h in less than two seconds, with a top speed of 300 km/h.

In terms of interior space, the HiPhi A can accommodate four occupants, each with their own seat. The central tablet is supported by the HiPhi Bot, a robotic arm that can position it on eight axes. The car is currently on display at the Guangzhou Auto Show in China. HiPhi plans to launch a limited series of its supercars starting in 2025.