Spy Shots showing the JAC iEV6S, a new electric car for China based on the JAC Refine S2 compact SUV. The iEV6S, and what a great name that is, comes with a new grille and bumper with blue detailing (blue = green). It will debut on Friday on the Guangzhou Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market sometime in late 2016.
The base JAC Refine S20. Price starts at 58.800 yuan and ends at 75.800 yuan. Price for the electric version is expected to start around 120.000 yuan, including green car subsidies.
The electric motor has an output of about 70 horsepower. JAC hasn’t announced the exact numbers yet, but they do claim a 140 kilometer per hour top speed, a 0-100 in 12 seconds, and a range of 250 kilometer.
The iEV6S is part of a massive JAC green-car offensive, that will see many more electric cars and hybrids arriving on the increasingly busy market.
Nicely going grilleless, with a powertrain room that looks neat.
Will they export it to GreenTech in the U.S., as they had planned to do with the Tongyue sedan?
Not much news about that these days.