GAC TRUMPCHI GS4 EV SUV
GAC Motors based the Trumpchi GAC GS4 EV on its best-selling SUV the Trumpchi GS4 SUV. GAC Motor unveiled the vehicle at the Guangzhou Auto Show in 2015, and the production model is expected in late 2016. The GS4 EV is assembled at the Guangzhou plant in China. The car is equipped with regenerative braking which increases the mileage to over 240 kilometers at a 60km / h constant speed. The production version of the GS4 EV was delayed, and at the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show, GAC announced that it would start delivering a PHEV version from June 2017, the BEV version followed in 2018. Two other GAC JV models are based on the GAC Trumpchi GS4 platform, the GAC Mitsubishi Qizhi PHEV, and the Toyota GAC iX4 BEV.
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