Great Wall Haval M3 EV
GWM introduced the Great Wall Haval M3 EV at the Beijing Auto Show in 2010, but the vehicle never made it to production. In 2011 GWM decided to launch the M3 as a 1.5L petrol engine. In 2011 GWM rebranded the vehicle as the Voleex C20 EV with the petrol variant called the C20R. Voleex was a minicar manufacturer for the GWM brand between 2010 and 2014, also known as Great Wall Phenom with assembly plants in Baoding, China, and Bulgaria.
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