The Roewe E50 EV was launched on the Chinese car market yesterday for 234.900 yuan or 37.600 USD. ChinaDaily reports today that green-car subsidies can get the price down with 100.000 yuan, or 16.000 USD. That leaves a ‘real price’ of 134.900 yuan or 21.600 USD. The E50 suddenly sounds like a much better deal…
The Roewe E50 EV has been launched on the Chinese car market, price is 234.900 yuan, or 37.600 USD. Not cheap for such a small vehicle, but it is only the second proper electric car on the China auto market after the BYD e6 which was launched in October last year. Various subsidies will get the price down a bit but SAIC hasn’t named a number.
The Roewe E50 EV will be launched on the Chinese auto market on November 2. The market for electric cars is however very small in China so Roewe only plans to sell 1000 cars over 2013. The electric motor has 63hp, maximum speed is 130km/h, range is 190km. Fast charging takes 30 minutes for 80%. No number available yet on charging on 220v, which the market needs to know, since there are next-to-zero fast charging station in China. Via: Autohome.
The best spy shots so far of the upcoming Roewe E50 EV, aka Roewe E1. Production will start later this month but it won’t be ‘mass production’ exactly, Roewe aims at selling a mere 1000 vehicles over 2013. Most of those will go to government sponsored trial projects around Shanghai, making the E50 no more than a sorta test case, just like so many other Chinese made electric vehicles.
The Roewe E50 has arrived at the exhibition hall for the Beijing Auto Show, it will debut on Monday but we can’t wait that long… The E50 is a small EV that will be listed on the China car market in October.
The best spy shots so far of the production version of the Roewe E50 EV, it will debut at the Beijing Auto Show next week and it will be listed on the China car market in October. Roewe plans to make only a 1000 E50’s in 2012, price without subsidies will be some 300.000 yuan.
The new Roewe E50 EV, fka Roewe E1, will debut at the Beijing Auto Show later this month, it will then be listed on the China car market in October for a very steep 300.000 yuan. The E50 is Roewe’s first full electric vehicle, there will be an MG-version in the future as well.