LIFAN 820EV SPECS
2019 Lifan 820EV
2019 Lifan 820EV Base version
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Week 43 2018 - Lifan 820EV launched
The Lifan 820EV sedan, based on the combustion version, was launched and priced from ¥256,800 to ¥279,800 before subsidy in four trims. The Lifan 820EV has a range of 330km (206 miles) from its 60kWh battery. The 820EV is not particularly well endowed for its size, equipped with a 60kW (81hp) electric motor it can only reach a top speed of 130km/h (81mph). A higher powered version of the car is to be released later with a range of 400km (250 miles) and equipped with a 100kW (134hp) electric motor delivering a top speed of 150km/h (94mph).
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