Tag: Roewe

Apr 19, 2017 - 08:00 am

Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, Roewe, Tesla, Geely,

VW-ID-CrozzThird VW I.D. concept: VW is about to present its third EV concept in Shanghai as expected. The I.D. Crozz coupe-crossover is based on the MEB platform and follows from the I.D. and I.D. Buzz. It will thus hit the road by 2020. The ID Crozz bears two electric motors (225 kW/302 bhp) and gets a range of up to 500 km.
autocar.co.uk, carscoops.com

Audi’s second EV concept: Two years passed since Audi presented its first EV concept, the e-tron quattro at the IAA. While this model will go serial in 2018, the German carmaker is set to put the concept of a coupe variant in the spotlights of the Shanghai Motor Show. As with the first EV, the four-door Sportback comes with three electric motors and shall be ready for serial production no later than 2019.
autocar.co.uk, carscoops.com, audi-mediacenter.com

Skoda presents Vision E: In the run-up to the Shanghai Motor Show, VW’s Czech subsidiary has unveiled its Vision E concept which is to go serial in about 3 years. Just like the I.D. Crozz, the coupe-crossover relies on two electric motors with a total output of 225kW (302bhp) and shall reach up to 500 km, too. Just recently, Skoda announced to launch 5 all-electric models until 2025.
autoexpress.co.uk

Roewe unveils electric SUV: SAIC brand Roewe intends to display its all-electric concept Vision-E in Shanghai, that is not to be mixed up with Skoda’s vision, at least not by name. SAIC’s concept to aims for 500 km range but may roll of the lines already next year in China. Production will be handled by the SAIC-VW joint venture, the same that is also to make the Skoda’s Vision E, what suggests that Roewe’s and Skoda’s concept may even share a platform – although the design of both models differs.
carnewschina.com

Tesla lowers base price for Model S: The Silicon Valley based EV maker has removed the 60 kWh version of its Model S from its line-up as announced. This makes the Model S 75 the new entry option that is now available for a significantly lower gross price, namely 69,350 euros.
electrek.co, insideevs.com (prices in dollars), electrek.co

Lynk & Co’s next model: The new brand of Geely has introduced the serial version of its SUV model 01, which will be available as PHEV and EV. Furthermore, Lynk & Co permitted a first glance at its concept 03, a sedan based on the upcoming Volvo S40 and likely to get electrified, too.
carscoops.com (serial version 01), motor1.com, motorauthority.com, carscoops.com

Nov 24, 2016 - 09:37 am

Austria, Chevy, BYD, Nissan, Mahindra, Roewe.

Austria finalises mobility plan: Some 16,000 new EVs are to hit the road by 2018, and Austria is digging into its pockets to get the ball rolling. From January, it will subsidise all-electric cars with 4,000 euros (3,000 euros for businesses), and plug-in hybrids with 1,500 euros. All vehicles must be recharged using 100 percent renewable energy, the base price must be less than 50,000 euros and the electric range has to be at least 40 km. Moreover, license plates with green writing will give EVs special privileges, like free parking. Two-wheelers, all-electric utility vehicles, wallboxes, intelligent charging cables and public EV chargers also qualify for some form of subsidies.
futurezone.at, oekonews.at (articles in German), bmvit.gv.at (programme as PDF)

Go Bolt for 309 a month: With the Chevy Bolt ready to arrive at dealerships in California, GM has finalised pricing. Drivers will have to pay at least 309 dollars per month with no down payment and including subsidies. And GM ordered all dealers offering the Bolt to install at least one CCS fast-charger on its premises.
electrek.co (leasing), insideevs.com (fast-charger)

BYD builds e-bus plant: The manufacturer will invest more than 2bn yuan (290m dollars) in a new manufacturing site in Xi’an, capital of the Chinese Shaanxi province. Here, BYD will produce some 5,000 electric buses per year. Meanwhile, the manufacturer has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Iranian automaker Kerman Khodro for the delivery of electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as batteries.
ecns.cn (China), automotiveworld.com (Iran)

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Nissan chucks supplier: The Japanese will sell their 41 percent stake in Calsonic to the investor KKR. The former was Nissan’s biggest supplier, specialised in standard components and air conditioning. But now that the carmaker is turning towards electric mobility, it is looking for a supplier to match those endeavours.
nikkei.com, reuters.com

Bigger sells better: Back in October, Mahindra introduced a four-door version of its e2o electric car (we reported). Though it was not intended to actually replace the two-door variant, it will do exactly that, as sales of the latter never really picked up.
india.com

Chinese carmaker Roewe unveiled its i6 sedan at the Guangzhou Motor Show. The car will also be available with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain, combining a petrol engine and 82 bhp electric motor. It is also said to be the basis for the next-generation of MG Motors’ MG 6, while the drivetrain will also be used in the upcoming small SUV MG ZS, which will arrive in the UK in May.
autocar.co.uk

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https://www.electrive.com/2018/05/04/saic-building-factory-in-china-for-evs-from-roewe-and-mg/
04.05.2018 18:16