SITECH DEV1 EV
wattev2buy explores the SiTech DEV1 EV specs, range, price, battery, charge time, and pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market. The SiTech DEV1 unveiled at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show and is packed with tech as designated by its naming where DEV stands for DATA ELECTRIC VEHICLE. The DEV1 has two LCD screens, an 8-inch instrument panel and 10-inch touchscreen for the multimedia system. The DEV1 uses SiTech’s D-OS operating system which includes face recognition for entering and operating the vehicle. The A0 class DEV1 promises a surprising range beating its competition such as the BAIC Arcfox Lite.
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Week 16 2018 - DEV1 launch event
Chinese EV start-up SiTech unveiled the first of its range of connected EVs, the DEV1, this week. The DEV1 offers an impressive range and lots of tech at a low price. Like most new Chinese EVs of late, the DEV1 also comes with face recognition for keyless entry. The car will be presented in Beijing this week.
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