Interesting Spy Shots from China showing a Renault Fluence Z.E. electric car with Dongfeng badges. The Fluence Z.E. is the electric version of the Renault Fluence sedan. The Z.E. is presently manufactured in Turkey and South Korea, where it is called the Samsung SM3 Z.E..
Electric cars are so good for the environment. Unless they run out of juice, and have to be shipped home by a tow truck, because there are no charging stations. This little white sucker was Spotted in China on the Fifth Ring Road in Beijing, on a smoggy summer’s day.
The Thunder Power EV debuted on the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, looking super sleek and super fast, designed by non other than the famous Italian design studio Zagato. Grille is a massive eye catcher, supported by boomerang headlights and enormous wheels with shiny multispoke alloys. Is this then going to beat the crap out of Tesla, more so than the Aoxin Ibis and the Youxia X?
This is the first image of the brand new Thunder Power EV electricsupercar from China. It will have its worldwide debut on the Frankfurt Auto Show on September 15. The Thunder Power EV will be powered by an electric motor with a massive 435hp, good for a 250 km/h top speed and a 0-100 in five seconds. Range is claimed to be 600 kilometer.
Top speed is 100 kilometer per hour and range is 150 kilometer. The body looks a tad flatter and the interior gains a small screen on top of the dash. The YueYue EV will compete head to head with the Chery eQ EV., price including subsidies will start around 60.000 yuan.
This is the incredible Youxia X electric super sedan, unveiled yesterday evening in China and set to compete against the upcoming Tesla Model 3. Power comes from an electric motor with 348hp and 440nm, and range is 460 kilometer. Production is scheduled to begin in late 2016 by a new Shanghai-based company called Youxia Motors.
These are the first renderings of the all-new Youxia One, an electricsupercar from China. A prototype will be unveiled in exactly eight days, and the real thing is scheduled to hit the Chinese car market in 2016. The Youxia One will be manufactured by a Shanghai-based company called Youxia Motors.
The Audi A3 Sportback etron will be launched in China late this month, but not everywhere. Initially it will only sell in the cities of Beijing and Chengdu, with the rest of the country scheduled to follow later this year. The A3 etron will be imported into China, unlike the regular petrol-powered Sportback which is manufactured locally by the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture.
The funky Zhi Dou D2 electric car has been launched on the Chinese auto market. Price including all green-car subsidies is 49.800 yuan ($8018). The total subsidy of the D2 is an astonishing 109.000 yuan ($17.550), made up of various incentives by the central and by local governments.