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Changan Eado EV will hit the Chinese car market in December

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This is the new Changan Eado EV, it debuted earlier this week on the International  New Energy Vehicle Technology Development Exhibition in the great city of Mianyang in Sichuan Province. The Eado EV is an electric vehicle based on the Changan Eado sedan.


The Changan Eado EV will be launched on the Chinese car market in December. Price including subsidies will start around 200.000 yuan. Power comes from an electric motor with 120hp and a very decent 280nm. The electricity comes from a 26 kWh lithium-ion battery. Curb weight is 1610 kg. Range is 160 kilometer and top speed is 140 kilometer per hour.


This is the standard Eado sedan, without the blue grille for being green. Price starts at 74.900 yuan and ends at 117.900 yuan. Two four-cylinder petrol engines available: a 1.6 with 125hp and 160nm, and a hefty 1.5 turbo with 170hp and 230nm. Curb weight is 1356kg for the 1.5 turbo and 1325 for the 1.6.

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  1. another compliance EV with ridicolous range. When the chinese car manufacturer will acknoledge that a modern EV of this size can have at least 450 km range ? These Chinese Ev belong to the past generation of electric cars with low energy density battery. But it’s already a few years that are available also in China lithium cells that are able to triple the range of a standard Ev like this Changan Eado. Looks that the most of the chinese manufacturer are very slow to catch up with the leading technology. In this way the EV industry in China will never win at a global level.

  2. In August of last year you told us about a coming Eado hybrid (PHEV). Has this been substituted for that…, or will a hybrid also be available?


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