2017 JAC iEV4 EV TIME VERSION
JAC launched the 2017 JAC iEV4 EV Time during the April 2016 Beijing Auto Show. The JAC iEV4 follows on the iEV J4 sedan which in total has covered over 600 million driving kilometers. The 2017 JAC iEV4 EV comes in three trims and two drivetrain versions. The entry-level sedan is filled with gadgets such as the MP5 multi-function audio, and video entertainment system, reversing radar and visual. The JAC iEV4 EV Time came into production in April 2017.
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JAC iEV4 SALES
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