The beautiful Qiantu Motor K50 Roadster has debuted on the Beijing Auto Show, looking absolutely stunning in gray blue over piano black. The K50 Roadster is the drop top variant of the K50 Coupe, which will be launched on the Chinese car market later this year. The Roadster will follow in 2017.
The near-production version of the Qiantu Motor K50 electric supercar debuted on the Beijing Auto Show, showing off its streamlined bodywork with a new bumper section and a brand new cabin. Small-series production is expected to begin late this year, with a price starting around 700.000 yuan or 108.000 USD, and that is comparable to the cheapest Tesla Model S.
Qiantu Motor also debuted a roadster version of the K50, more on that one in a later post.
The production version of the already quite famous Qiantu K50 full-electric supercar will be unveiled on the Beijing Auto Show next Monday. Bar a few minor details it will look like the car on the photo above. Qiantu will also debut a concept roadster version of the K50.
Spectacular Spy Shots of the Qiantu K50 testing in China. The Qiantu K50 is China’s first full-electric supercar, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in late 2016. Price is expected to start around 750.000 yuan or 115.000 USD.
This is the Qiantu K50 Event!, China’s first home-grown electric supercar, it debuted earlier today on the Shanghai Auto Show. The Qiantu K50 Event! (with an ‘!’ at the end) will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2016, priced around 700.000 yuan or 113.000 USD, which is about the same as the Tesla Model S costs in China.
Design studio CH Auto has officially announced that their spectacular ‘Event’ electric supercar will see production in 2016. The company however declined to say which automaker is going to build it. The CH Auto Event debuted in concept form on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show.
The beautiful CH Auto Event Concept debuted on the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. CH Auto is a famous Chinese design studio based in the capital Beijing. In 2010 they surprised with the CH Auto Aculeus and in 2012 they launched the electric CH Auto Lithia.
This is the brand new CH Auto Event, an all-electric super car concept that will debut at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The vehicle was spotted during a not-very-secret photo shoot. CH Auto is a well-known Chinese design studio, based in the capital Beijing. In 2010 they surprised with the beautiful CH Auto Aculeus and in 2012 they launched the sleek CH Auto Lithia.