QIANTU K50 EVENT! ROADSTER EV
The 2 seater Qiantu K50 Event! Roadster Electric Vehicle was first introduced at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, as the CH Auto Event Concept. The vehicle was formally introduced as the Qiantu K50 Event! at Auto Shanghai and was named the most beautiful Chinese sports car. The first 15 units were manufactured late 2015 and passed the NDRC tests. The first production models are expected in China late 2016, and the company has set its sights on the USA and expects to introduce 1000+ units there. Three variants of the K50 would be released.
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