The Zotye Yun 100 EV has been launched in China. The Yun 100 EV is an electric vehicle based on the Zotye Z100 petrol powered mini car. Yun (云) means cloud, and that is to express green. The official English name is ‘Cloud 100’. Price is 158.900 yuan without subsidies and 48.900 yuan with all central and local green-car subsidies included. The enormous difference shows once more how serious China is about promoting electric cars.
The new Zotye Yun 100 EV will hit the Chinese auto market on October 24. The Yun 100 EV is an electric vehicle based on the Zotye Z100 petrol powered mini car. Yun (云) means ‘Cloud’, and that is to express green.
The Zotye Z100 has been launched on the Shanghai Auto Show, painted in trendy green but electric it ain’t. The Zotye Z100 is a new mini-hatchback that will hit the Chinese car market later this year. Price will start around 24.000 yuan and that will make the Z100 one of the cheapest new cars on sale in China.
Zotye has released the first official pictures of the upcoming Zotye Z100 minicar, it will debut on the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show later this week and it will be launched on the Chinese car market soon thereafter. Price will start around 24.000 yuan, making the Z100 one of the cheapest new cars on sale in China.
The Zotye Z100 minicar will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show, and it will be launched on the Chinese car market soon thereafter. Price will start at 23.800 yuan, or 3800 USD, making the Z100 one of the cheapest cars in China. In May last year Zotye showed a completely market-ready Z100 on a dealer event, priced from 23.800 yuan to 25.800 yuan, and called ‘Jiagnan TT’.
The Zotye Z100 did not appear at the Beijing Auto Show but did appear at a local dealer show near Zotye’s headquarters, priced very cheap from 23.800 yuan to 25.800 yuan. Note license plate: Xin Jiangnan TT, or New Jiangnan TT. The Jiangnan TT is the cheapest car in china, based on the ancient Suzuki Alto. Jiangnan is a subsidiary of Zotye Auto. Whether the Z100 is the replacement for the TT or an addition to the TT is not very clear at the moment, in China new can mean both.