Spy Shots: Beijing Auto Q60FB-C1, EV based on old Saab 9-3

Published on February 10, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

Beijing Auto Q60FB-C1

Long time no see. The last time we saw spy pics of the Beijing Auto Q86FB-C1 was in May last year. The Q86FB-C1 is an EV based the old Saab 9-3, developed by Beijing Auto with assistance from the Matsushita Group of Japan.

Beijing Auto Q60FB-C1

Except for the Beijing auto logo up nose not much has changed from the old Saab’s design. The Q60FB-C1 will likely debut as a prototype at the Beijing Auto Show in April. Beijing Auto has been working on EV’s for a few years but until now there is nothing mass produced yet. The Q60FB-C1 has a 150km range, a 160km/h top speed, charging takes 8 hours on standard 220V or 30 minutes for 80% on a fast charger. Nice numbers, but so far purely theoretical.

Beijing Auto Q60FB-C1

EV-sticker on the back.

Beijing Auto Q60FB-C1

‘Beijing Auto New Energy’, and another EV badge.

Via: Autohome.

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