FAW HAIMA EV160 “LOVE STILL” ELECTRIC CAR
The Haima EV160 “Love Still” electric car also known as the Haima Aishang EV is the FAW subsidiary’s second electric vehicle. The Haima EV160 electric vehicle was first unveiled mid-2016 and is based on the Chinese automakers “Love Still” gasoline model. Launched in May 2017 the Haima EV160 competes with models such as the Hawtai EV160, GreenWheel V5, Dongfeng Jun Feng ER30, Chery eQ1, and BAIC EC180. The Haima EV160 electric range of 200km at a constant speed of 60km/h ranks at the lower end of the spectrum when it comes to comparing it with its peers listed above.
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