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A (pretty) electric car

 

A (pretty) electric car with 500 km of autonomy for less than 13,000 €, is it possible?

CAR If we believe the Chinese manufacturer Qiantu, yes, it is possible! The model in question, the K20, will however only be able to carry 2 passengers.

 
Qiantu is a Chinese car manufacturer founded in 2016 and specializing in electric vehicles. A few years ago, the brand had launched the K50, a small electric roadster, but the success has not really been at the rendezvous and its production was stopped two years ago. Today, the manufacturer is back with a small two-seater electric sports car with very attractive lines.

Qiantu K20
Qiantu K20 – DR

On paper, the K20 is very promising. With barely 780 kg on the scale, its 215 hp and 290 Nm engine should allow it to achieve the 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. No information has filtered about the capacity of the battery, but Qiantu announces a range (presumably according to a Chinese standard less strict than “our” WLTP) of 500 km.

Qiantu K20
Qiantu K20 – DR

Better yet, the starting price (in China) of the K20 is very interesting: 12,500 € (count 21,000 € for the best equipped model). It remains to be seen whether it will be distributed in Europe. For now, we can only cross our fingers.

 

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A (pretty) electric car with 500 km of autonomy for less than 13,000 €, is it possible?
A (pretty) electric car with 500 km of autonomy for less than 13,000 €, is it possible?

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