Presented at the Milano Monza Motor Show, the Aehra Sedan follows swiftly on from the marque’s first model, an SUV presented late last year. Based on the same flexible EV platform, the Aehra Sedan shares the same design language and body surface treatment as the SUV, although it is quite different in character. From the side, the car features just one uninterrupted fluid line.
Technical elements, such as the active aerodynamic and cooling elements, are amalgamated in the lower section of the car. Combined with a bespoke battery solution developed in partnership with Miba Battery Systems, the AEHRA Sedan and SUV are designed and engineered to deliver optimum efficiency and target an 800km driving range.
“With the Aehra Sedan, we have had the boldness to go even further and fully exploit the exceptional design freedom born out of our founder Hazim Nada’s philosophy and vision,” said Filippo Perini, Aehra Head of Design. “The design of the Aehra Sedan is inspired by numerous sources. In Italy, it is often said we exist in a living museum. The influence of art and architecture is all around us, and beauty is all around us. A beauty that stems from purity of expression and aesthetic functionality. That passion and discipline are evident in every line and detail of the Aehra Sedan.”
As with the SUV, Aehra wants its Sedan to deliver a seismic shift across the automotive customer experience and transform the EV mobility ecosystem. By using exceptionally light, highly sustainable composite materials, including forged carbon fiber technologies. The company wants to push the boundaries of technical design far beyond anything yet seen in the passenger car sector. With substantial private funding in place, Aehra has established a clear roadmap to deliver its unique, transformative business model. A strategic model roll out is planned for key markets in 2026, including North America and Europe, with China and the Gulf States to follow.