Aehra reveals design of its namesake electric sedan

Aehra reveals design of its namesake electric sedan

The vehicle features double-falcon doors and forged carbon fiber technologies.

Aehra has revealed the exterior design of its newest EV, a sedan, following the brand’s first model, an SUV presented late last year.

Based on the same EV platform as the Aehra SUV, the Aehra Sedan was conceived in tandem with its sibling. Combined with a bespoke battery solution developed in partnership with Miba Battery Systems, the Aehra Sedan and SUV are designed and engineered to deliver an 800km (approx. 497 miles) driving range.

The company says the Sedan uses exceptionally light, highly sustainable composite materials, including forged carbon fiber technologies. The vehicle also features double-falcon doors, which are on both the SUV and the Sedan.

A strategic model rollout is planned for key markets in 2026, including North America and Europe, with China and the Gulf States to follow, the company says.

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