Thanks to Autohome, we can see that the Marvel X features a gigantic portrait-style touchscreen infotainment display, one that could actually rival the screens found inside of Tesla’s new Model 3 as well as the Model S/X.
However, because of the angle and how the light reflects off of it, we’re not entirely sure if the display actually covers the entire length of the screen.
Even so, the screen is very impressive in size and unlike on a Model S or an X, it forms the basis of the entire center console. We also see a dial that should make it easier to browse through menus without taking your eyes off the road too often, and an elegant, flat-bottom double-spoke steering wheel, which might remind you of the one inside the non-facelifted Mercedes S-Class.
On the outside, the Marvel X is a run-of-the-mill compact SUV, similar in size to a Porsche Macan, and both smaller as well as lighter than a Tesla Model X. It measures 4,678 mm (184.17 in) in length, 1,919 mm (75.55 in) in width and stands 1,161 mm (45.71 in) tall, with a 2,800 mm (110.24 in) wheelbase and a weight of 1,759 kg (3,878 lbs).
Providing juice are two electric motors, one at the front producing 116 HP, and another one at the back good for 71 HP. While its acceleration time isn’t known, rumor has it the top speed is 180 km/h (112 mph).
In the end, even if the display inside the Marvel X isn’t the biggest one in the world, it’s still the biggest ever fitted to a Chinese-built car, which is a pretty cool achievement.