JAC iEV6E Electric Hatch
JAC launched the 2017 iEV6E during the April 2016 Beijing Auto Show. The production version of the entry-level electric hatchback is expected late 2016 and is based on the JAC YueYue hatchback. The production model of the JAC iEV6E was finally launched in April 2017. The JAC iEV6E is available in two trims and competes with models such as the Chery eQ. The little hatch, in true Chinese fashion, is filled with gadgets such as an interactive control system with 7 inch medium control multimedia HD screen, mobile internet with Baidu Carlife, GPS intelligent navigation system, Bluetooth phone handsfree system, multimedia audio, and video entertainment system, reversing visual and maintenance reminder, voice control and mobile app.
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