NIO and Razer partner to create the NIO x Razer ES6 Night Explorer SUV

What you need to know

  • Razer and NIO have partnered to create the limited edition NIO x Razer ES6.
  • The smart electric car features the Razer black and green color palette.
  • The vehicle's starting price is ¥467,000 (roughly $66,300)

Razer and electric vehicle maker NIO have partnered to create a limited edition NIO x Razer ES6 Night Explorer SUV. The electric vehicle features the well-recognized black and green Razer color palette and has several features that extend the esthetic. In addition to the limited edition ES6, NIO and Razer announced that they "will collaborate to enable future models of smart electric vehicles with ambient lighting powered by Razer Chroma RGB."

Only 88 units of the NIO ES6 Night Explorer Limited Edition will be available for purchase. The starting price is ¥467,000 (roughly $66,300) according to Piston.

Piston also sheds some further light on the limited edition vehicle. The vehicle has 544hp, NIO Pilot, NOMI Mate, enhanced displays, and other integrated technology. The exterior features the green Razer logo as well as green trim and calipers. The body also has carbon fiber and a custom rear emblem. The vehicle looks like someone transformed a Razer Blade into an SUV.

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