AIWAYS RG QUATTRO FCEV SPORTS CAR
wattev2buy explores the Aiways RG Quattro FCEV Sports Car specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. The AIWAYS RG Nathalie is a pure electric sports car, but it also uses methanol as a fuel for hydrogen production. It uses hydrogen fuel cell technology to charge the vehicle at any time during the driving process, allowing the vehicle to have a longer cruising range. The body is made of lightweight handmade carbon fiber body, giving the driver a light handling experience. Only a limited production run is planned with the company claiming it has already received pre-orders from Europe. The RG Nathalie has a pure electric range of around 600km (375mi).
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THE AIWAYS RG QUATTRO FCEV SPORTS CAR IN THE NEWS
Week 17 2018 - No surpise as Aiways unveils a Quattro
That’s what happens if the head of development was the father of the AUDI Quattro, you get an EV Quattro. The EV start-up AIWAYS unveiled its sports car. The RG this week at the Beijing Auto Show. The AIWAYS RG is developed by the AIWAYS subsidiary in Germany and designed by mo other than Roland Gumpert, the father of the AUSI Quattro. AIWAYS last week unveiled its first EV, the AIWAYS U5 ION and introduced it to the public at the Beijing Auto Show.
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