The cheapest electric car enters the US market

The cheapest electric car enters the US market

July 31, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The presentation of the two new models will take place in August this year. Cars are perfect for moving around the city.

In August of this year, two new electric cars will appear in the US car market – we are talking about the Kandi K27 and Kandi K23. The presentation will be held by the American office of the Chinese company Kandi Technologies Group. It should be noted that they will only be available in Texas. Notably, the Kandi K27 will be the cheapest electric car in the United States, with a price tag of $ 12,999 after receiving subsidies.

The K27 is a compact four-seater hatchback. The engine is powered by a 17.69 kWh battery. The manufacturer assures that the car can travel 160 km without recharging. However, most likely we are talking about an outdated NEDC cycle, but in reality the figure may be even less. The K23 is slightly more expensive at $ 22,499.

Due to the 41.4 kWh battery, the car is capable of developing 67 horsepower, and the power reserve will reach 290 kilometers.
Such parameters are no longer surprising in the electric vehicle market, however, due to the cost of the Kandi model, they can find their buyer.

Meanwhile, Poland will start producing its own electric vehicles. The car brand Izera will be engaged in the release. The first to hit the market are the hatchback and crossover, due to hit stores in 2023.