Geely's Lynk & Co Reveals Zero Concept All-Electric Car
Geely’s premium all-electric sub brand shows its stuff ahead of the Beijing Motor Show.
A couple of days ahead of the Beijing Motor Show, Geely’s premium electric sub brand, Lynk & Co, has introduced its first all-electric vehicle, the Zero Concept.
The Zero is a BEV crossover, with similar dimensions as the Ford Mustang Mach-E, the Volkswagen ID.4 and Tesla Model Y. The Zero Concept (or whatever it’s called in production form) won’t only compete with those cars in China, as Lynk & Co is planning on being a global brand.
The Lynk & Co Zero Concept employs Geely’s Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA). The SEA will be used in a variety of the Geely group’s future electric vehicles. Geely also has plans to license the platform to other OEMs, much like how Volkswagen is willing to share the MEB platform with other EV manufacturers, for the right price, of course.
Lynk & Co Zero Concept SEA platform
The SEA is a familiar-looking skateboard platform, with a battery pack under the floor of the passenger compartment, and room for any combination of front, rear, tri-motor and even range extender configurations.
Up front, the sloping hood does take some styling cues from Porsche, and I can’t look at the side view of the rear of the vehicle without seeing a Jaguar I-Pace