BAOJUN E100 EV
The Baojun E100 EV minicar is the first new energy vehicle from the GM/SAIC sub-brand. We can expect many more models to follow in
the tracks of the E100 as the JV announced plans to build a 200,000 new energy vehicle only plant by 2017. The Smart lookalike has a range of 160km and a top speed of 100km/h. Vehicle assembly is at at the JV’s Liuzhou plant in Guangxi Province. The E100 will compete with the Geely D2 and the Chery QQ mini cars. At its launch, the Baojun E100 EV was available below $5,000 after subsidies.
Check out how the Baojun E100 handles itself in a head-on collision with an Audi Q7 here.
The image below shows the funky Baojun E100 shop and its assembly.
BAOJUN E100 EV SPECS
2018 Baojun E100 EV
2017 Baojun E100 EV
BAOJUN E100 EV SALES
Go to our detailed breakdown of Global EV Sales to see how the Baojun E100 EV fares to its competitors in the fast-growing EV market.
The Baojun E100 electric car in the news
Week 30 2017 - Baojun E100 launched in Chinese market
In China, the SAIC / GM / Wuling joint venture, Baojun launched its first electric vehicle, the Smart look-alike Baojun E100 city car. GAC also released its much anticipated GAC GE3 SUV BEV. Both vehicles will go on sale in August. The Baojun will sell for CNY35,800 ($5,300) and the GAC GE3 starting at CNY 150,000 ($22,200).
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