BYD Denza N7 Debuts Its Advanced Intelligent Driving Assistance System “God’s Eye”

On July 3rd, the new BYD Denza’s SUV model, DiSus N7, officially launched tonight. It offers a total of four models with prices ranging from ¥319,800 to ¥379,800 ($44,100 to ¥52,400). Additionally, there are two Air versions available without the DiSus-A system option at a price range of ¥301,800 to ¥321,800 ($41,600 to $44,400).

At the event, BYD Group globally debuted its “Advanced Intelligent Driving Assistance System” with the design concept of “God’s Eye,” realizing comprehensive vehicle companionship, assistance, and rescue in all scenarios. BYD’s “Advanced Intelligent Driving Assistance System” is designed with safety as its primary objective and relies on BYD’s advanced electronic architecture and full-stack self-developed capabilities to propose a holistic solution for intelligent driving at the vehicle system level.

In terms of appearance, the Denza N7 offers two front face designs for consumers to choose from. The new car adopts the family-style π-Motion kinetic aesthetic design language. Officially, the Denza N7 is the world’s first intelligent hunting SUV, combining the advantages of SUV, hunting gear, and coupe. It continues to use an outstanding width-to-height ratio of 1.2:1 and a 0.618 golden ratio design based on the leading pure electric exclusive CTB platform with integrated battery chassis. In terms of body size, the dimensions of the new car are as follows: 486019351602mm in length, width, and height respectively, with a wheelbase of 2940mm.

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In terms of interior design, the Denza N7 is equipped with six screens, namely a 17.3-inch central control screen, a 10.25-inch LCD instrument panel, a 10.25-inch entertainment screen for the co-pilot, an AR-HUD (Augmented Reality Head-Up Display), and dual intelligent air vent display screens. Among them, the 17.3-inch screen has a resolution of 2K and is powered by a high-performance processor from Qualcomm. In the future, it will be compatible with the ‘HarmonyOS’ system.

In terms of advanced driving assistance capabilities, the Denza N7 offers two versions of its NOA system, with the main difference lying in the radar and sensors.

In terms of power, the Denza N7 has two versions: single-motor and dual-motor four-wheel drive. Both versions are equipped with a 91.392kWh power battery. The single-motor version has a maximum power of 230kW and a CLTC range of 702km. The dual-motor four-wheel drive version has a maximum power of 390kW, an acceleration from zero to one hundred kilometers per hour in just 3.9 seconds, and a CLTC range of 630km.

In terms of power supplementation, Denza N7 can achieve a peak charging power of 150kW when using a single charging gun, while it can reach a peak charging power of 230kW when using dual charging guns. It can replenish up to 350km of range in 15 minutes and provide an additional 100 kilometers of range in just 4 minutes.