The Geely Emgrand EV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 228.000 yuan and ends at 249.800 yuan. Green car subsidies however will bring the price down by just a tad over 100.000 yuan, so price at the dealer will start around 120.800 yuan ($18.920).
This is the production version of the Guangzhou-Toyota Leahead i1 EV, a new electric car for China. It was spied earlier today, arriving on a stinking diesel-powered truck for the Guangzhou Auto Show. The i1EV debuted as a concept in Shanghai in April.
Spy Shots showing the JAC iEV6S, a new electric car for China based on the JAC Refine S2 compact SUV. The iEV6S, and what a great name that is, comes with a new grille and bumper with blue detailing (blue = green). It will debut on Friday on the Guangzhou Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market sometime in late 2016.
Spy Shots showing the all new Baojun E100, a new electric vehicle for China. The Baojun E100 will be launched on the Chinese car market sometime next year. And we are very happy to see a properly painted green car; in green, at least in some.
The Toyota Levin HEV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 139.800 yuan and ends at 159.800 yuan. The Levin HEV is the hybrid-electric vehicle variant of the petrol powered Toyota Levin sedan.
This is the new Chery Arrizo 7e, a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) based on the petrol powered Chery Arrizo 7 sedan. The Arrizo 7e will be launched on the Chinese car market in early 2016. Price including green energy subsidies will start around 150.000 yuan.
Aston Martin has unveiled the RapidE, with a capital E, a concept car previewing a full electric variant of the petrol powered Rapide sports saloon. The RapidE will see production within two years. It will be build by a new company partly owned by Aston Martin and partly by ChinaEquity, a Chinese investment firm.
Dongfeng Motor has unveiled the new Fengshen A60 EV, an electric car based on the Fengshen A60 sedan. The A60 EV will hit the Chinese car market sometime in early 2016 for about 150.000 yuan including subsidies. Sadly, the production car doesn’t have the fancy grille we saw on the spy shots.
Changan Auto has unveiled the new BenBen EV, an electric car based on the petrol powered Changan BenBen mini hatchback. When the BenBen EV will hit the market is yet unsure. Changan is pretty good in building electric prototypes and concept cars, but bar for a few cars for demonstration projects we haven’s seen anything on the road yet.