WEIMA EX6 CONCEPT SUV EV
wattev2buy explores the WEIMA EX6 Concept SUV EV specs, battery, range, performance pictures as it vies for a position in the fast-growing Chinese EV market. Launched on the 25th of April 2018 the Weima EX5 SUV is the worlds first midsize EV SUV. The EX6 Concept uses a non-physical rearview mirror design through the use of two high-definition cameras. The rear view of the vehicle will be displayed on the car’s screen.
WEIMA EX6 CONCEPT SUV EV SPECS
Weima EX6 CONCEPT EV SUV
WEIMA EX6 CONCEPT SUV EV SALES
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THE WEIMA EX6 CONCEPT SUV ELECTRIC CAR IN THE NEWS
Week 47 2018 - Weima EX6 release date set
Weima announced that it will list the Weima EX6 in Q4 2019. The Weima EX6 Concept saw the light of day at the 2018 Beijing Auto China as a midsize SUV with a 2/2/2 seat configuration. The Weima EX6 will include the network security “car guard” security system it is buys developing in co-operation with 360.
Week 17 2018 - Weima EX6 Concept unveiled
Weima unveiled the Weima EX6 Concept SUV EV at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show. The midsize EX6 Concept SUV has a 2/2/2 seat configuration.
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