GAC TRUMPCHI GS5 EV
The GAC GS5 EV unveiled in 2013 at the Detroit Auto Show as a concept car developed by GAC Engineering and AC Propulsion Inc. The GS5 EV is based on the popular Trumpchi GS5 SUV. The vehicle features bi-directional power capability, enabling Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G), Vehicle-to-House and Vehicle-to-Vehicle smart grid connectivity. The GAC TRUMPCHI GS5 EV is a contender for the Toyota RAV4 EV.
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