1.Wheelbase (mm): the distance from the center of front axle to the center of rear axle.
2. Turning radius (mm): The radius of the trajectory circle of the center plane of the outside steering wheel on the support plane of the vehicle when the vehicle is steering. The minimum turning radius is the turning radius when the steering wheel turns to the limit position.
3. Maximum Total Mass (kg): The total mass of a vehicle at full load.
4. Number of wheels and driving wheels (n *m): Wheel number is measured by hub number, n represents the total number of wheels, M represents the number of driving wheels.
5. Minimum Ground Clearance (mm): The distance from the lowest point to the ground when the vehicle is fully loaded.
6. Maximum Loading Quality (kg): Maximum Loading Quality of a Vehicle Driving on a Road.
7. Rear suspension (mm): the distance from the end of the car to the center of the rear axle.
8. Wheel spacing (mm): the distance between the tread centerline of the left and right tires of the same sedan car.
9. Vehicle Equipments Quality (kg): Vehicle fully equipped quality, including the quality of lubricants, fuel, on-board tools, spare tires and all other devices.
10. Maximum Vehicle Speed (km/h): The maximum speed a car can achieve on a straight road.
Vehicle Width (mm): The distance between two extreme points in the direction of vehicle width.
12. Vehicle height (mm): the distance between the highest point of the vehicle and the ground.
13. Car Length (mm): The distance between two extreme points in the direction of car length.
14. Average Fuel Consumption (l/100km): The average fuel consumption per 100 km of a vehicle on the road.
15. Departure angle (deg.): The angle between the tangent of the rear-end protruding point and the ground.
16. Maximum climbing degree (%): The maximum climbing ability of a vehicle at full load.
Front suspension (mm): the distance from the front end of the car to the center of the front axle.
Maximum axle load mass (kg): Maximum total mass of a single axle. It has something to do with road trafficability.
19. Approaching angle (Degree): The angle between the tangent of the front protruding point of the vehicle and the ground.
20, zero kilometre vehicle (automobile sales term): refers to a car with zero (or lower mileage, if not more than 10 kin), which appears to meet the customer's "absolutely new" requirements for the vehicles purchased. Zero kilometers means that the car has not been driven since it came down from the production line. In order to ensure that the odometer reading is zero, large-scale special-purpose vehicles are used to transport the odometer from the production plant to all sales points to ensure that the vehicle is brand-new.