Feb 15, 2021 - 12:17 pm

China’s cheapest electric car coming to Europe

The microcar called Mini EV, which GM offers in China through its partner Wuling is very popular because of its low price. Now the Mini EV is en route to Europe – as FreZe Nikrob EV via the Latvian company Dartz Motorz at a starting price of 9,999 euros.

Dartz says the two-door city car will offer a range of up to 200 km (124 miles) on a charge and seat four. Plus, if they realise the price of less than ten grand, it could easily be the cheapest electric car in Europe (the Twizy quad aside).

In China, the Wuling Mini EV sells for the equivalent of 3,700 euros. There will likely be some adjustments and additional safety features for the EU version leading to a higher price.

Dartz aims for market entry in Germany, Norway and France first and told Carbuzz they wanted to get into rideshare fleets. The US is not yet a priority.



4 Kommentare zu “China’s cheapest electric car coming to Europe

  1. Roman Ursu

    i like this car and i would like to buy a few of them

    • Keith Walker

      I’d like to purchase the cabriolet model mini ev. I will be moving to Portugal and probably have to go to France or Germany to purchase it though.

  2. Ole Vendborg Lassen

    Håber Den hurtigt bliver tilgængelig i Danmark.

  3. David J Dunmore

    Make the UK a priority, they’d sell as many as they can make – I’d be first in the queue.

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