DONGFENG E30 EV & E30L EV
Unveiled in 2011 as the Dongfeng EJ02 EV and finally launched in March 2015. The only difference between the two variants is that the Dongfeng Fengshen E30 EV is a two-door coupé, and the E30L is 30cm longer to accommodate four doors. The Dongfeng Fengshen E30 EV has a top speed of 80km/h, the minimum requirement for being allowed on highways and not be categorized as a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle.
DONGFENG FENGSHEN E30 EV SPECS
DONGFENG FENGSHEN E30 EV SALES
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