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The premium brand, launched by Geely to compete with Nio and Tesla, is preparing seven new products at once: four crossovers, two minivans and one station wagon, which the brand intends to sell in Europe. Car News China writes about this with reference to the product plan declassified by Deutsche Bank. The Zeekr Mix crossover and the Ark all-terrain vehicle will be the first to see the light.

The Zeekr Mix minivan with a 4.7-meter body without B-pillars debuted at the Beijing auto show in April. It is designed according to the latest Zeekr styling concept, and is driven by electric motors mounted on the rear axle with a total output of 422 horsepower (440 Nm of torque). The largest battery produced by CATL with a capacity of 102.7 kilowatt-hours should provide the Mix with up to 712 kilometers of travel.

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Ark, like Mix, will be technically close to the 007 sedan. The length of the crossover will be 4.7 meters, and the peak power of the unit will be 636 horsepower. A 100-kilowatt-hour battery will also be provided by CATL.

In 2025, the Zeekr 007 station wagon will be released, intended for Europe. It is already in pre-production stage. It will be followed by crossovers codenamed EX1E and DX1E, about which there is no information yet. And in 2026, the Beluga minivan and the Grampus crossover will join the lineup. The names of the latter are used for internal communication and may still change.

Zeekr currently has four models: crossover X, liftback 001, sedan 007 and minivan 009. From January to May 2024, the brand sold more than 67 thousand cars, including in Russia, where Zeekr is carried unofficially. Recently, Zeekr banned the sale of cars on the Russian market. Russian dealers doubted that this was true, but today information appeared about an upcoming ban on sales of Zeekr already in Belarus.

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