CHANGAN ELECTRIC VEHICLES (CHANA EV)
The no-frills Chinese carmaker Changan, also know as Chana, is a state-owned enterprise in Chongqing China and is one of the top 4 automakers in the country. The company is to produce 34 electric models by 2025 and invest 18 billion yuan ($3 billion) into new energy vehicle development during a 10-year period. The Eado EV is Chana’s first electric vehicle in a planned pipeline of 27 electric cars by 2025. The popular Changan BenBen EV followed the Eado EV in October 2016 with the Eulove MPV van and Eado PHEV expected in 2017 with talk of the CS15 SUV following thererafter. Various international automakers including PSA, Ford, and Suzuki has joint ventures with the company.
CHANGAN EADO PHEV
CHANGAN EULOVE EV
CHANGAN CS15 BEV
CHANGAN ELECTRIC VEHICLES SALES
Changan electric cars in the news
Currently there are no Top 5 EV news related to the Changan electric vehicles
Please sign-up to wattEV2Buy’s newsletter and stay up to date with the Top 5 electric vehicle news stories every week.
Not sure which model EV to choose?
wattEV2Buy’s easy to use EV Select tool helps identify which electric vehicle is perfect for your specific requirements. EV Select compare electric vehicles battery electric range over various vehicle types. Within four clicks you can get the perfect luxury sedan able to drive your required distance on battery power.
Unsure what the charging cost will be?
wattEV2Buy’s easy to use Charging Cost Calculator compare electric vehicles charging cost in your state and relate it to equivalent gasoline cost. The charging cost calculator also allows you to be specific and customize your electricity cost in kWh and provide results in miles and kilometers, making it usable all over the world.
In this week’s blog series on introducing Chinese electric car brands, we look at Thunder Power Holdings ( #ThunderPower ).
In this week’s blog series on introducing Chinese electric car brands, we look at Guangzhou Automobile Group (#GAC Motors).
VW and JAC create electric vehicle joint venture for China over a 25 year period, with the first mass market electric vehicle expected in 2018.