RAYTTLE ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Rayttle electric vehicles are manufactured by Zhejiang Rayttle New Energy Motors in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. Apart from the elephant in the room, being that the Rayttle looks like an exact clone of the Renault Twizy, there are other borrowed design elements associated with the brand, such as the logo resembling a 90° turned version of Denza‘s logo, Daimler’s Chinese venture. We deal with the comparison between the two vehicles in the on the model page, just click on the image below.
RAYTTLE EV MODELS
RAYTTLE EV SALES
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