LUXGEN 7 MPV EV+
The Luxgen 7 MPV EV+ developed in Taiwan is the world’s first seven-seater electric vehicle. The car was first introduced in 2010 in Taiwan and 2011 in China, being the first vehicle assembled at the Dongfeng Yulon plant in Hangzhou. The Luxgen CEO EV, a Limousine model, and the Luxgen 7 MPV EV entered the Russian market in 2012 without much success, as can be seen from the sales data for electric vehicles in the country.
The 7MPV is equipped with a Traction Induction Motor that creates a rotating magnetic field generated by electric energy driving the motor.
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