• LEVC is transforming from a high-end taxi manufacturer to aleading provider of pure electric global mobility solutions
  • New images revealed of the innovative, spacious and luxuriousinterior of the L380, the first fully electric LEVC model based on its SpaceOriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Highly flexible, premium Multi-Purpose Vehicle will be launched inChina this year with further global markets to follow, UK market version arrivingwithin the next two years
  • Further SOA-based models to be revealed, launching LEVC into newsectors in addition to existing products

  • 16th April 2024 – LEVC has debuted new information and images of the luxurious and innovative interior of its L380 Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), the first of a new range of smart, spacious, fully electric models, which will see the brand accelerate its transition from a high-end taxi manufacturer to a leading provider of e-mobility solutions.

    At a design event held in Yishang Town, Hangzhou, China, LEVC revealed more about the aesthetic inspirations of its new luxury MPV, the first model in its new range to be underpinned by its Space Oriented Architecture (SOA) pure EV platform, revolutionary technology which enables L380 to offer an unprecedentedly spacious and luxurious experience, whether for families or business users.

    Blending airy, sophisticated space with premium materials, L380’s inspirations come from the world of luxury airline travel with seating for up to eight and flexible first class-style chairs, clad in soft, delicate semi-aniline leather – which can be flipped down for sleeping – contrasted with Alcantara fabrics, bright chromes and crystals for the rest of the opulent cabin.

    Other stand-out details include an organic, floating dashboard and a 2.18m-sq panoramic glass roof, which bathes the cabin in natural light or shields the occupants via intelligent dimming, along with a host of exquisite elements that reflect L380’s integration of international cultures, from traditional Chinese Ruyi shaped air vents to a meteor shower cabin lighting effect, which integrates London icons such as Tower Bridge and Big Ben.

    On the outside, L380 pushes the boundaries of MPV design with a simple yet technical and elegant shape inspired by aircraft aerodynamics and accentuated by precisely honed details such as a floating roof and wheels influenced by the iconic London Eye. The bold, powerful aesthetic is further underscored by a palette of four strong, dynamic body colours: Pearl White, Ink Jade Black, Sapphire blue and Emerald Green.

    The L380’s focus on the intersection between luxury and optimum space has been led by LEVC’s Global Chief Design Officer, Brett Boydell and his team, based at LEVC’s Design & Innovation Centre at its Ansty facility. Bringing together leading designers from many countries around the world, this diverse, international group has rich experience from multiple renowned luxury car brands and is focused on the design of future SOA-based LEVC vehicles.

    With more than a century of ‘mobility’ in its DNA, LEVC has always focused on meeting the needs of society by transporting people around urban areas. From the beginning, LEVC’s vehicles have been designed with one core principle in mind: purpose-built solutions.

    LEVC’s new L380 model builds on this unrivalled heritage and propels the company into an entirely new market, delivering smart, green, safe, and accessible luxurious mobility, raising the bar for interior flexibility. The L380 will initially launch in China, with the MPV set to arrive in the UK within the next two years.