LIFAN 330EV ELECTRIC VEHICLE
wattev2buy explores the Lifan 330EV specs, sales, news, performance pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing Chinese EV market.
The Lifan 330EV which looks like an older model Mini follows the Lifan 320EV which had lead-acid batteries. In November 2017 Lifan launched a newer version, the Lifan 330EVC with a range of 260km (162miles) and explosive torque of 200N.m for such a small car.
The Lifan 330EV is fitted with an LCD dashboard, internet connection, Bluetooth, daytime running lights, audio control system supporting USB + AUX plus a keyless start system optional. Safety features of the Lifan 330EV consist of airbags, automatic unlocking of the door in an accident, ABS anti-lock system.
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