Javed Afridi’s social media profiles are the center of attention for automobile lovers in the country. For the last few months, he has been teasing the arrival of international brands to Pakistan. After the successful start of MG, Javed Afridi was in talks about bringing Tesla – electric cars – to Pakistan. While this may be true, Javed Afridi has left the fans with an intriguing teaser of a new affordable Chinese electric car coming to the country. Want to know the details? Let’s keep going!
Chinese Electric Car – Wuling Hong Guang
Although the name sound quite unfamiliar, we can trust Javed Afridi for bringing promising auto brands to the country. The Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV is one of the popular sellers in China’s auto industry. This four-seater electric hatchback is built under the joint venture of General Motors and SAIC Motors.
The mini Chinese electric car beat Tesla Model 3 in sales for the months of January and February 2021. The dominating reason behind it is the shockingly low price tag on the car.
Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV Features
You may be thinking that the low price tag may also mean lesser features and poor quality. Well, that is not true!
The new upcoming mini electric hatchback comes with a list of competitive features onboard. Here are the highlights of the Chinese electric car:
- Battery: 13 kW singular electric motor
- Maximum Power: 17 hp
- Maximum Torque: 85 Nm
- Maximum Speed: 100 km/h
- Anti-Lock Brakes System (ABS)
- Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
- Rear Parking Sensors
- Power Windows
- Air Conditioning
- Stereo System
In the Chinese market, Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV is selling starting from $4,162 to $5,607. This makes it about PKR 6 lacs – PKR 9 lacs. If this Chinese electric car makes it to Pakistan at this decent price tag, we can surely expect a lot of popularity in the country. Also, we need not forget that we are talking about an electric car here.
For more details about the electric mini hatchback, keep visiting us as we bring more official details about the features, launch, and price tag.
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