JAC iEV5 + and the JAC iEV6
JAC launched the JAC iEV5+ in 2014 at the Beijing Auto Show and introduced the production version early 2015. The production version was initially only available on a limited release in the company’s home province of Anhui. The JAC iEV5 is the company’s second EV and positioned above its JAC iEV model, the JAC 3 and its upgrade JAC 4. The iEV5 received an upgrade in the form of the JAC iEV6, not to be confused with the iEV6S SUV or the iEV6E Hatch, and unveiled at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show. The iEV6 provides a longer range and streamlined design.
JAC iEV5+ and JAC iEV6 SPECS
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JAC iEV5+ & JAC iEV6 SALES
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