BAIC EX400L SUV EV CONCEPT
2018 BAIC ET400 EV SUV
The BAIC EX400L SUV EV is a concept vehicle introduced in April at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show and is a longer range version of the BAIC EX300L which was released at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show. At the time it was undecided which of the two versions will be turned into a production vehicle. In July 2017 the Chinese automaker revealed the BAIC S5 SUV EV to the press which is based on the EX300L / EX400L concept vehicles but did not provide any inclination of which drivetrain the vehicle will be fitted with. The BAIC EX400L was introduced as a production model, the 2018 BAIC ET400 EV SUV at the Guangzhou Auto Show in November 2017.
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