AIWAYS U5 ION EV SUV
wattev2buy explores the AIWAYS U5 ION EV SUV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. The AIWAYS U5 ION EV SUV is the first EV to be launched by the start-up and build on the company’s MAS platform. The U5 ION A+ class SUV is expected to retail between ¥200,000 and ¥300,000. The AIWAYS U5 ION release date is expected in H2 2019 and although launched as a concept vehicle the company said that the production version will not differ significantly. The U5 ION allows a user to expand the battery capacity by leasing and an extra 6 packs (20kWh) providing an extra range of around 100km (62 miles). The extra battery packs. The main battery platform is positioned under the floor while the extra batteries could be inserted under the luggage compartment and installation is under a minute. The U5 ION is also equipped with biometrics consisting of face and palm recognition for entry and operations. The U5 ION competes with the NIO ES8.
AIWAYS U5 ION EV SUV SPECS
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THE AIWAYS U5 ION IN THE NEWS
Week 17 2018 - AIWAYS U5 ION introduced to the public
Ladies racing driver Gabriela Jílková joined the AIWAYS team at the launch of the AIWAYS models U5 ION and RG Nathalie.
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