What is the cheapest electric car for 3600 eurosOctober 7, 2020
Chinese YoTube bloggers have published a video review of the cheapest electric car in the world as of 2020. The new Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV is a full-fledged car with pretty good characteristics.
The car entered the market just two months ago, and at home, in China, it immediately gained popularity – from the first days of accepting orders, 50,000 copies of the model were sold. And it is not surprising, because this car costs 28,800 yuan in the country, that is, about 3600 euros
The new product is called Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV. Its length is less than 3 meters, but despite this, the model is classified as a full-fledged car. The electric car salon can accommodate up to 4 people. At the same time, it was made at a good level – partners from General Motors help in the development and production of the Chinese company SAIC.
The cheapest electric car is powered by a 13 kW (17.7 hp) electric motor and 85 Nm of torque. Guang Mini EV has a top speed of 100 km / h, and on a single charge travels 120 km in the basic version and 170 km in the top one. In the first case, there is a battery for 9.2 kWh, in the second – for 13.8 kWh. Great for such a compact car.
Fast charging is not provided, but you can “feed” the car with alternating current, and this is impressive. In addition, the battery of the cheapest car has a temperature control system, so it can be warmed up when it is cold outside.
In terms of safety, the Guang Mini EV is not a role model – it has no airbags or stabilization system. Equipment is represented only by ABS and EBD, as well as the ISOFIX system for child seats. However, GM clarified that the structure of the car is made of metals of increased rigidity, and the interior is designed so that it adequately protects passengers at speeds that this electric car is capable of.
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