FAW BESTURN X40 EV SUV
wattev2buy explores the FAW Besturn X40 EV SUV specs, battery, range, performance pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing Chinese EV market.
The FAW R7EV is the state-owned automakers first SUV EV. The FAWBesturn X40 EV, based on the combustion version of the model the Senia R7, looks very much like a BAIC EX260 clone. The FAW Besturn X40 EV competes in the same class as the Changan CS15, BAIC EX260, and GAC GE3 but is handicapped by its limited range of 320km (200miles) while most compact SUVs now pack a range closer to 400km.
FAW BESTURN X40 EV SUV SPECS
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