SAIC ROEWE MARVEL X EV SUV
wattev2buy explores the SAIC Roewe Marvel X EV SUV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. The dual electric motor SAIC Roewe Marvel X EV SUV is the electric version of the new Roewe RX7 which is the production version of the Vision E-concept.
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THE SAIC ROEWE MARVEL X EV SUV IN THE NEWS
Week 17 2018 - Marvel X unveiled
The final EV in our list of electric cars with a 400km plus range is the SAIC Roewe Marvel X introduced at this years Bejing Auto Show. The Marvel X build on the Roewe connected car line-up first introduced in the RX5 SUV and co-developed with Alibaba. The production version is 90% of the concept car. The Roewe MARVEL X is built with an exclusive electric vehicle architecture and is equipped with an i-Drive intelligent all-wheel-drive system. The Marvel X accelerates to 100km/h in less than 4 seconds and is the first mass-produced car equipped with AR (augmented reality) technology. Pre-sales will start in June with the first delivery expected in September 2018.
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