CHERY eQ1 EV
Chery eQ1 EV electric car, previously known by its factory name as the S51 EV. The Chery eQ1 was commercially available in China from the end of May 2017 and entered the top EV sales list the first month of its release. The Chery eQ1 EV 400 is available in a two and four-seat version. The eQ1 have two driving modes, namely “ECO” and “SPORT” sport. In ECO mode the eQ1 is limited to a top speed of 88km/h, in SPORT mode, the maximum speed can reach about 109km / h. The eQ1 can accelerate to 50km/h in 6 seconds and have a maximum torque of 120N.m
CHERY eQ1 EV SPECS
2018 Chery eQ1 400
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CHERY eQ1 EV SALES
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