The Thunder Power SUV was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2017.

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Despite its name, the vehicle is actually powered by electricity. 

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The company says the grille is an icon in the making, but we'll just call it hypnotizing. 

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The company has been mum on power output or range of the SUV.

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Looks like Thunder Power took a styling cue from Nissan with the boomerang taillights.

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Inside, the dash is all screen, all the time. 

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No b-pillar makes rear seat entry and exit a breeze.

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This two-tone steering wheel is everything. 

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Sumptuous white leather rounds out the nicely appointed cabin.

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