Geely unveiled the new Geometry A electric sedan at an event in Singapore overnight.
The Chinese automaker says the Geometry A is the first of 10 new models from the brand due by 2025, and which will include sedans, crossovers and people movers.
Previously referred to as the Geely GE11, the Geometry A will be available in three specification levels, and with two battery options.
The standard range model has a 51.9kWh ternary lithium-ion battery said to be capable of 400 kilometres between charges under the NEDC testing regime.
The long range edition boasts a 61.9kWh battery pack and a 500km NEDC range rating.
Both models are powered by an electric powertrain rated at 120kW of power and 250Nm of torque, and which is good for a 0-100km/h time of 8.8 seconds.
Thanks to its flush-fitting door handles and other aerodynamic elements, the Geometry A has a co-efficient of drag of just 0.24.
Available features include a large touchscreen infotainment system, digital instruments, autonomous emergency braking, lane keeping assistance, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control with stop and go capability, automatic high beam, assisted parking, and lane changing assist.
In China pricing for the Geometry A, before government incentives, begins at ¥210,000 ($43,700) for the entry-level standard range model, and stretches to ¥250,000 ($52,000) for the top-spec long range variant.
According to Geely, the Geometry A already has 27,000 orders to its name, with 18,000 thanks to customers outside of China, including Singapore, Norway and France.
Compared to those other marques, Geometry looks to be more closely aligned with the Geely brand, as its logo is a brushed metal version of Geely's badge.