Electric Cars go Pink in China

Published on November 2, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter

Electric Cars go Pink in China

Green electric cars are so 2012. In China electric cars go Pink, and the better for it. I met this fine example on an early morning on my way to work. I drove my red electric scooter at its 50km/h top speed, and passing this Pink electrocar wasn’t that easy, it did at least 40. I managed to overtake, take distance, stop, and shoot.


On the driver seat sat an old man, wearing a thick coat against the cold. On the bench in the back a little girl, likely his granddaughter, likely on her way to school. The speedy Pinky electric can carry to in the back plus one driver. A few animals will fit in as well. The vehicle was made of plastic and the panels were Pink from the factory, no wrapping here. Sadly I was unable to determine the brand of this brilliant little car, the license plate only indicates this is a electric car for the disabled. If you know more about this electrifying Pink vehicle, please let me know in the comments.


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  1. Tom D.- November 3, 2013 Reply

    That is a PINK car, it looks like a toy!

  2. marco loglio- November 3, 2013 Reply

    This is a very nice car that is similar to the quadricycle E6 in Europe . In Europe this kind of vehicles are legal and everybody can drive them with a motorcycle license. The most famous of the electric quadricycle is the Renault Twizy that also has a version E7 , means a vehicle with a max power of 15 Kw, already good for speed over 80 km/h.
    The electric quadricycles could be a great improvement in the chinese busy trafic to lower the pollution and the space needed for parking. I say welcome to this little pink car.

  3. the critical mass- November 3, 2013 Reply

    pink might make electric cars more acceptable for young female drivers.

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