LIFAN ELECTRIC VEHICLES
wattEV2buy explores the Lifan electric vehicles strategy, sales, and models as it vies for a position in the fast-growing Chinese EV market.
Lifan Motors set its New Energy Vehicle strategy in motion in 2015 targeting 21 new energy models up to 2020 on three platforms. The Chinese automaker, headquartered in Chongqing and is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. During the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show Lifan clarified its EV strategy whereby it will launch two new energy vehicles in 2018 and three in 2019. The models will consist of the 650EV, 820EV, 720 hybrid version, AMT hybrids and a new model. The Lifan 820EV is expected to have a range of over 400km (250 miles).
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