GWM ORA R1 EV
wattev2buy explores the ORA R1 EV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. First unveiled at 2018 Auto China the ORA R1 sub-compact EV release date is set for January 2019. The ORA R1 EV is available in six models priced from ¥114,800 to ¥137,800 before subsidies or ¥61,800 to ¥75,800 thereafter, with the entry-level car having a range of 310km (194 miles) and the upper models a range of 351km (220 miles).
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Week 43 2018 - The ORA R1 available on pre-order
The Great Wall Motors new EV brand ORA made its second electric car the R1 A0 class compact available on pre-order this week. The ORA R1 EV is available online on TMALL for a ¥99 refundable deposit. The ORA R1 EV is expected to be available from January 2019 and final pricing and specifications will be announced on the 18th of December 2018. The R1 has a range of 310km (194miles) and accelerates to 100km/h (62mph) in 20 seconds.
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