The all-new, 2023 Good #1 in a efficiency Brabus version, utterly upset in a latest “moose test,” carried out by km77.com.
Let’s recall that this can be a new all-electric mannequin, based mostly on Geely’s newest Sustainable Expertise Structure (SEA) platform. The Brabus version has a twin motor, all-wheel-drive powertrain (315 kilowatts) and a 66-kilowatt-hour battery.
The examined model was geared up with 19-inch wheels (Continental EcoContact 6 Q 235/45 R19 99V XL).
In line with km77.com, the 2023 Good #1 Brabus was capable of efficiently go the check (with out hitting any cons) at an preliminary pace of roughly 40 miles per hour (65 km/h).
- preliminary half: 40 mph (65 km/h)
- center half: 33 mph (53 km/h)
- ultimate half: 22 mph (36 km/h)
Curiously, that is the worst consequence for an all-electric automotive ever in km77.com assessments. So far as we all know, solely the massive and heavy 2022 Vary Rover P440e plug-in hybrid was slower at 39 mph (63 km/h) – see the checklist under.
The 2 drivers that examined the brand new electrical Good famous that the wheels skidded rather a lot, whereas the ESC did not work too exhausting.
General, driving the Good #1 was fairly enjoyable, however there was a whole lot of oversteer, which raises issues from the safety viewpoint, particularly for the reason that automotive has loads of energy.
km77.com’s moose check outcomes for reference (preliminary pace):
The excellent news is that within the slalom check (to start with of the video), the Good #1 Brabus was very quick – truly quicker than different BEVs, together with the Polestar 2. Electrical Good accomplished the check in 22.5 seconds.
Earlier outcomes for reference:
- 2023 Good #1 Brabus – 22.5 s
- 2022 Polestar 2 (AWD, 78 kWh) – 22.8 s
- 2021 Cupra Born (RWD, 62 kWh) – 23.6 s
- 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQE 350+ – 23.7 s
- 2022 BMW i4 eDrive40 – 24.0 s
- 2022 Renault Megane E-Tech – 24.2 s
- 2022 Volvo C40 Recharge – 24.4 s
- 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 – 24.5 s
- 2021 Aiways U5 – 24.7 s
- 2022 BMW iX xDrive40 – 24.8 s
- 2021 Peugeot e-2008 – 25.3 s
- 2022 Nissan Ariya (66 kWh, FWD) – 25.5 s
- 2021 Dacia Spring – 27.9 s
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