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Voyah FREE Electric SUV Delivery Started In Norway, Price Starts At 73,200 USD

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On December 28, 2022, Voyah announced that it started to deliver its FREE pure electric SUV to customers in Norway. So far, a total of 136 vehicles have been delivered to customers located in Oslo, Trondheim, Hamar, and Sarpsborg.

At the end of November 2022, the first batch of 500 Voyah FREE pure electric SUVs arrived in Oslo, Norway.

Voyah FREE delivered to customers in Norway

Voyah, a high-end EV brand under Dongfeng, is targeting other European countries and is only using Norway as the stepping stone. The Voyah FREE was first launched on December 2020. The FREE is the first car by Voyah to be exported to Europe, and, naturally, the brand chose to start with Norway. The Nordic country has the highest penetration of electric vehicles globally, with growing supporting infrastructure for EVs, such as chargers. Voyah FREE has opened reservations in Norway since June this year.

There are three versions of Voyah FREE: fully electric with rear-wheel drive, fully electric with all-wheel drive, and ultra long-range. It is a high-end luxury car with a wheelbase of 2960 mm and is 4905 mm long, 1950 mm tall, and 1660 mm wide. 

The starting price is 719,000 NOK (490,000 RMB or 73,200 USD) in Norway. The pure electric Voyah FREE is customized according to the local regulations and user needs of the Norwegian market. The car has a towing capacity of up to 2 tons. Norwegian car owners can also remotely operate the car control functions through the mobile app.

In terms of performance, the car comes with front and rear dual motors, with a combined power of 360kW and a peak torque of 720Nm, powered by a 106.7 kWh battery for a 500 km cruising range under WLTP conditions. Its 0-100km/h acceleration time takes up to 4.4 seconds.

More to come

Earlier in July 2022, Voyah FREE obtained the European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (ECWVTA) which enables the vehicle to be able to register in all EU countries. After Norway, Voyah plans to enter Israel, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Denmark starting in 2023.

Source: AutoHome, HiZhiChe

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