HAIMA @3 EV
(AKA Haima M3 EV as based on Haima M3)
The Haima @3 EV is the FAW subsidiary’s first electric vehicle. The Haima @3 electric vehicle was first unveiled late in 2015 and is based on the Chinese automakers M3 compact sedan with the only noticeable difference the logo, and a battery stuck where the engines use to be. Launched late 2016 The Haima @3 EV competes with models such as the Geely Emgrand EV300, Dongfeng Jun Feng, and Dongfeng Fungsheng. The 200km / 125-mile range of the Haima @3 EV falls far short of the 300km plus range of three models mentioned above.
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