Compared with Qin plus dmi’s press conference, it is indeed a lot taller. First, some introductions are made to the specific characteristics and parameters of the dmi system, and some data are also listed to explain some of the questions of potential consumers, such as the climbing ability under power feeding, the power consumed at high speed, the worry that the body is heavier, and the stability of dmi Sex, etc., although the truth must be tested in practice, at least there is theoretical support. Later, I also introduced design and tuning. I didn’t cut the ppt, wait until the live broadcast review. ps: The press conference that ended in more than half an hour is really compared to the phone press conferences…the 51km version is 7k lower than the pre-sale price, and the 110km version is 6k lower. In terms of the overall configuration, the high-end version mainly has more functions such as seat ventilation and heating, L2 assisted driving, and full LCD instrumentation than the low-end version. The 110km version also has more fast charging, etc. Both versions support mobile power stations. The specific configuration parameters are as follows: BYD Mallid=240&name=%E5%AE%8BPLUS%20DM-i is equipped with 360°, double-layer soundproof windshield, front double-layer soundproof glass, electric tailgate, etc., The overall configuration is quite high (the lowest configuration is 1000 more expensive than the highest configuration of Qin plus). The chassis has also been re-tuned, and it is said to be much better (look forward to more reviews of test drives). Overall it is quite attractive to me. NVH performance: NVH looks like there is data in the PPT, which is vaguely seen to be more than 64db (according to the official data of the press conference, the noise in the 60km/h tram is 58.4db; 80km/h is 61.2db; 100km/h is 63.3db); Acceleration performance: The acceleration of 100~120km/h seems to have been mentioned at the press conference, 5.8s or something (correct, it is an overtaking speed of 80~120km/h, which is 5.8s). In short, the BYD dmi platform is still quite attractive to me, and then I look forward to the actual measurement and production capacity. The analysis on whether the dmi platform can afford the 1.8-ton Song plus dmi (I am more worried about the performance level at high speed): the 1.5L engine has a maximum power of 81kW, the entire system, the long-endurance version has a maximum power of 173kw, and the short-endurance version The highest comprehensive power should be 160kw, the total power of the system under power loss is 160kw for the long-range version and 144kw for the short-range version (official data). It was stated at the press conference that the engine is in the high-efficiency area of the engine from 8.6kw to 46kw, and the average power of each working condition is within this range, so the battery power can be maintained, and the peak power (high-speed overtaking and full load are mentioned at the press conference. The climbing power is 125kw and 98kw respectively), which does not exceed the total power of the system, which can satisfy driving. The following is the power of the system under various working conditions: BYD officials also explained the reliability of the DMI platform and the performance in severe cold regions. (Speaking of testing the video in the snow is still very handsome) The above is the official explanation of some doubts about dmi in the first half of the press conference. I am just a porter. Looking forward to a more comprehensive third-party evaluation and feedback from car owners haha.