HiPhi A billed as hypercar for the next generation

SHANGHAI: Chinese electric vehicle maker HiPhi has unveiled its first collaborative product, the HiPhi A.

The hypercar, which made its physical debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show in November 2023, is set to be produced in limited series and will begin production and delivery in the first quarter of 2025.

The HiPhi A is the result of a collaboration between HiPhi and WESAIL New Energy Automotive, combining HiPhi's battery and motor technology with WESAIL's Apollo traditional hypercar elements.

The car features cutting-edge styling with a carbon fibre and matte paint finish, wide front and rear wing panels, and extra wide tyres.


The interior offers luxurious details, including the HiPhi Bot and spacious rear seating.

The HiPhi A is expected to deliver extreme performance, with a 0-100 kph time of just over 2 seconds and a targeted top speed of almost 300 kph.

It will be powered by HiPhi's own in-house-developed high-performance powertrain, featuring a front single-motor drive and rear dual-motor drive layout.


The motors have a peak power of up to 1,305 PS and can reach speeds of 22,000 rpm. The battery pack, which can discharge 1.5MW of power at its peak, features a carbon fibre bottom shield and a fireproof top cover.

In addition to its performance capabilities, the HiPhi A also incorporates innovative materials and technologies.

It uses aircraft-grade TC4 titanium alloy in its interior and exterior trim, as well as high-performance aluminum alloys and nano-ceramics in the chassis.


HiPhi is also working with the Intelligent Manufacturing System Center of ShanghaiTech University to develop and apply 3D printing technology in the automotive industry.

The HiPhi A will feature advanced chassis technologies such as rear-wheel active steering and CDC continuously variable damping.


It will also be equipped with HiPhi's torque vectoring control technology, which improves vehicle handling and performance.

Further details about the HiPhi A will be announced in the coming months.

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