HiPhi X in Germany

HiPhi has announced the European pricing structure for its X and Z models as the OEM continues its global expansion plan.

Both models are now available to order in Germany and Norway, with the first vehicles already registered for road use following inspection by TÜV SÜD. Alongside the pricing announcement, the OEM also revealed plans to open its first HiPhi Hub showroom in Europe, which will be located at Munich Airport.

The HiPhi X is an all-electric SUV which offers 295 hp (220 kW) dual motors at the front and rear, allowing for 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.9 seconds, while a 97-kWh battery pack provides a potential range of 285 miles (460 km) on the WLTP scale. For Europe, the e-SUV will be offered in four- and six-seat configurations. In Germany, the six-seater will be offered from €109,000 ($119,346), while the four-seater will cost €123,000 ($134,675). In Norway, the four-seater HiPhi X will be priced at 1,164,000 Kr ($108,764) while its four-seater counterpart will start at 1,326,000 Kr ($123,902).

The HiPhi Z is an electric luxury GT which first begun production in China during 2022. It delivers a maximum output of 662 hp (494 kW) from the dual electric motors, enabling acceleration from 0 to 62 mph (100km/h) in 3.8 seconds. Its 120-kWh battery offers an estimated range of 344 miles (555 kilometers) under WLTP conditions. Offered inside the EV is the HiPhi Bot, a robotic, multi-axis arm infotainment system with four degrees of freedom and eight-direction high-speed motion that can rotate between portrait and landscape modes. In Germany, a five-seater version of the model will start at €105,000 ($114,967) and a four-seater version at €107,000 ($117,156). In Norway, the five-seater will be offered at 1,110,000 Kr ($103,718) and the four-seater at 1,143,000 Kr ($106,802).

In both markets, HiPhi expects that the first customers will receive their cars within the third quarter of 2023. Following the European launch of its X and Z models, the OEM will look to bring the HiPhi Y to Europe – which was recently revealed at the Shanghai Auto Show, with the first customer orders taken in 2023.