The E30 is powered by an electric motor with an output of around 40hp and 150nm driving the front wheels. According to Zotye it has a range of 150 kilometers and a top speed of 80 kilometers per hour. My guess would be not at the same time.
We have a new flock of photos of the infamous Zotye SR8 Porsche Macan clone from China, showing a sparkling fresh example in blue with a red interior. The SR8 will be launched on the Chinese car market shortly but when exactly is unclear.
Spy Shots of the upcoming Zotye Damai X7 SUV, showing off a thick shiny strip over the whole rear. The Damai X7 is the second car in the Damai range, which might turn into a sub-brand in the near future. The other Damai is the X5 which was launched in September last year.
The already infamous Zotye SR8 Porsche Macan clone will be launched on the Chinese car market shortly. Earlier on we heard it was going to be launched on May 20, but that day passed and went without the SR8. However, Zotye is clearly close to a launch. New photos from inside the factory reveal two identical pink examples fitted with a pink interior and black wheels.
Spy Shots showing an extensive facelift for the Zotye Z500 sedan, scheduled to hit the Chinese car market in Q3. The lift includes new bumpers, new headlights, new rear lights, and an updated interior. Buyers may choose between different grilles, and there will be a new sport model.
The new Zotye T600 Sport has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 95.800 yuan and ends at 149.800 yuan. The T600 Sport is a high end variant of the Zotye T600 SUV. The Sport comes with new LED lights, a new grille, a larger bumper, racy air intakes in said bumper, ans Sport-only alloys. The best however happens inside:
This little beauty is the cheapest car in China. It is called the Jiangnan TT. It is manufactured by Jiangnan Auto, a subsidiary of Zotye Automobile. The list price of the TT starts at 20,800 yuan but dealers offer a 5,000 yuan discount, and that brings the price down to just 15,800 yuan, or $2,415!
Buyers get a very basic car for the money; but it still seats four, it has enough space for groceries, and it can calmly cruise on the highway.
A slight setback for Zotye, perhaps, but the SR8 is coming nevertheless. It will debut on a media event on May 20 and launch on the Chinese car market in June. Price will start at 88.800 yuan and end at 99.900 yuan. The fuzzy numbers are no coincidence, both 8 and 9 are considered lucky in Chinese culture.
Zotye had two big surprises on the Beijing Auto Show: 1. the SR8 Porsche Macan clone didn’t show up. 2. this T300 concept car. And the last surprise is a nice one because it shows what Zotye’s designers are capable of if they don’t clone and copy something. The resulting vehicle might be a bit challenging for the eye but at least it is original, it truly doesn’t look like anything else.
A new flock of photos of the controversial Zotye SR8 SUV, one of the most anticipated debuts for next week’s Beijing Auto Show. The Zotye SR8, formerly known as the Zotye T700, is a near-perfect clone of the Porsche Macan. It will launch on the Chinese car market in H2.