Wuling electric city car featured interiorMarch 28, 2020
Chinese manufacturer Wuling showcased the interior of its very compact city car.
Small but nice. This seems to be the motto that was secretly adopted on the walls of Wuling during the development of this still unnamed little EV. The city EV with a corner design, according to its creators, is inspired by Japanese key cars, which means that the small electric car will get a very original interior.
This is not entirely true, but still interesting to look at the insides of the Chinese dwarf EV. Although the box is only 2.92 meters long, 1.49 meters wide and 1.62 meters high, according to Wuling, it can accommodate four people. The interior photographs show that the rear seat in the EV should accommodate two people. At first glance, there seems to be a lot of legroom, but this is unlikely to actually be the case due to the high position of the rear seat – under it is a battery with a capacity of 9 or 14 kWh. The luggage compartment without the rear seat folded down, of course, is also insignificant, but if you tilt the backrest forward, the luggage compartment will hold 740 liters.
Beginner Wuling has a rotary knob between the front seats to control the gearbox and power windows. Blue accents are applied to the seats and door panels, and horizontal lines run across the entire width of the dashboard. It is also noteworthy that, apparently, access to the luggage compartment provides a very small tailgate.
SAIC-GM-Wuling is a joint venture established in 2002. This unnamed novice is the brand’s first electric car, a car that shows off the exterior inspired by the much larger Hong Guang Plus racing model released last year. Wuling promises to provide more information, including the model name, in the near future.
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