GAC EV COUPE
The GAC EV COUPE pronounced “Cool Pei” is based on the self-developed platform by Guangzhou Automobile Research Institute. The crossover SUV’s forward body posture, the iconic fastback roof resembles the modern lines of the Tesla Model X. The EV Coupe showcases Guangzhou Automobile Group’s commitment to providing a series of New Energy Vehicles in line with the Group’s “1513” strategy to become a leader in new energy technology in China. GAC Motor unveiled the vehicle at the Guangzhou Auto Show in 2015, and the production model is expected late 2016. The EV Coupe is assembled at the Guangzhou plant in China.
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