10 Things You Need To Know About The GWM Ora 07 Performance

GWM Malaysia introduced the Ora 07 just last month but back then it was introduced as a single variant. Now though, GWM Malaysia is building on that momentum with the introduction of the Performance variant that focuses on power and fun. Here’s 10 things you need to know about the latest variant.

1. The Ora 07 is GWM Malaysia’s second electric model after the Good Cat that was introduced in 2022.

2. The Performance model is focused on all-out performance and has dual motors fitted on either axle.

3. Owners will get to enjoy 402hp and 680Nm of torque while the acceleration to 100km/h in done in just 4.3 seconds while top speed is rated at 180km/h.

4. The Performance uses the same 83.5kWh ternary lithium battery pack as the Long Range model but because it is more powerful, it has a range of 550km on the NEDC cycle or 483km on the WLTP cycle.

5. As for charging, the Ora 07 can support AC charging of up to 11kW and DC charging of up to 88kW. This allows it to be recharged from 30% to 80% in just 30 minutes. It will take up to 15 hours to charge up the massive battery using AC charging.

6. In some markets, the Ora 07 is known as the Grand Cat or Lightning Cat.

7. The 07 also has a 3.3kW vehicle-to-load function that will let you power up some electrical appliances.

8. The 07 counts the Tesla Model 3 as one of its main rivals, but it is considerably bigger than the Tesla making it perfect for families.

9. Inside, you get a mega 12.3-inch infotainment system with Wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto as well as a 11-speaker Infinity sound system.

10. The Ora 07 Performance is priced at RM189,800 and that includes a six-year or 150,000km warranty and an eight-year or 180,000km warranty for the battery and motor. GWM Malaysia is also offering a one-to-one battery replacement offer should the health of the battery drop below 70% during the warranty period.

A car stirs the soul, a motorbike is the soul. Keshy has been a motoring journalist for over a decade and has written for and founded a number of Malaysian motoring titles including Piston.my, Bikesrepulic.com, Motomalaya.net and other mass media titles.

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