With a mission to solve the mobility challenges of tomorrow and drive forward progressive development in the automotive industry, Aiways was founded as a start-up in 2017 by the Chinese entrepreneurs Samuel Fu and Gary Gu.
Development of the U5 started with a blank sheet of paper and the desire to make electric driving as enjoyable, exciting and affordable as possible. From ordering to use.
A few short years later, the global Aiways network comprises a highly innovative, digitalised plant in Shangrao (China) with an annual capacity of 300,000 vehicles, an R&D centre and a design centre in Shanghai (China), a battery factory in Changshu (China) and the European Sales Centre in Munich.
At the company’s headquarters in Shanghai, a team of experienced engineers, technical specialists, designers and industrial experts work with top-class partners along the entire supply chain.
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We are a strong and diverse team with a wide variety of characters and backgrounds. Some of us already have considerable experience under out belts from the days of internal combustion engines, whereas some of us are completely new to the field of mobility. Whatever the story told by your CV, we are happy to listen.
We are a Chinese mobility start-up, founded in 2017. Our team brings together a wide range of characters with many different backgrounds. Knowledgeable and experienced professionals from the era of internal combustion engines are joined by innovation-driven newcomers to the mobility sector.
With our headquarters in the Chinese city of Shanghai and our European headquarters in Munich, our aim is always to question ourselves, our products and our partners – time and again. In this regard, we focus on long-term, sustainable benefits for our customers, without losing sight of the need for flexible implementation.
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Combined electricity consumption1 in kWh/100 km: 13.8 (NEDC); 17.0–16.6 (WLTP)
Combined CO2 emissions1: 0 g/km
Efficiency class: A+
¹The stated figures have been calculated using the legally required measurement techniques. Previously, consumption figures were measured using the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). Since 1 September 2017, certain new vehicles have been given type approval in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure, WLTP). Compared with NEDC, WLTP represents a more realistic procedure for measuring electricity consumption. As of 1 September 2018, NEDC is gradually being replaced by WLTP. The electricity consumption figures measured using WLTP are, in many cases, higher than those measured using NEDC, which is attributable to the more realistic test conditions associated with WLTP.
We are currently legally obliged to state the NEDC figures. In respect of new vehicles that have already been granted type approval in accordance with WLTP, the NEDC figures are derived from the WLTP figures. Until it becomes mandatory, the statement of the WLTP figures is made voluntarily. NECD values, which are given as a range, do not form part of the offer, as they do not relate to a specific vehicle. They serve solely to facilitate comparison between different vehicle types. Aerodynamics, weight and rolling resistance may change due to optional extras and accessories and have the ability – just like personal driving style and weather/traffic conditions – to influence the electricity consumption and on-road performance of a vehicle. In terms of electric vehicles, in particular, higher or even significantly lower consumption figures may be recorded in real-life conditions.
For more information on the official electricity consumption of new passenger cars, please refer to the Guide on the Fuel Economy, CO2 Emissions and Power Consumption of New Passenger Car Models, which is available free of charge at all outlets, from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, or at www.datgroup.com