JawaPos.com – Electric cars are priced at Rp. 100 million must be in demand and in demand by consumers, this is a market strategy carried out by an automotive manufacturer from China, the Dongfeng brand. Manufacturer Dongfeng launched a low-cost electric car with a starting price tag of 55,700 yuan.
Reported from the China Car News page, the electric car is named the Dongfeng EV EX1 Pro. Has an electric motor specification capable of producing a maximum power of 33 kW.
In supporting driving performance, it is equipped with a lithium battery with a capacity of 27.17 kWh which is capable of traveling the furthest distance of 331 km. Mileage is claimed to be better, an increase compared to the previous model which was only able to cover a distance of 321 km.
This electric car is indeed not the first from Dongfeng to be present in the Chinese automotive market. The Dongfeng EV EX1 Pro is based on the Renault City K-ZE which is an electric version of the Renault Kwid.
The exterior appearance of the Dongfeng EV EX1 Pro has a compact crossover type design. Metallic black bandage decorated with red accents adorn the sides and back. Speaking of dimensions, the Dongfeng EV EX1 Pro has a length of 3,732 mm, a width of 1,579 mm and a height of 1,515 mm with a wheelbase of 2,423 mm.
When entering the cabin, you can see red accents in several parts such as the door trim, center console, and dashboard. Not to forget the multimedia system is equipped with this new model, including navigation features and a voice interaction system.
Variants marketed for safety systems are equipped with airbags. When compared to electric SUVs of the same price, it is said that few are equipped with airbags.
The cheapest variant is priced at 55,700 yuan, while the top model is priced at 62,700 yuan or around Rp. 134.4 million. Meanwhile, Dongfeng in Indonesia, represented by DFSK, officially introduced the Mini EV at the 2022 Perikliindo Electric Vehicle Show (PEVS) at JIEXpo, Kemayoran some time ago.
This tiny electric car is predicted to be a strong competitor for Wuling Air ev. Unfortunately, the presence of the DFSK Mini EV is not directly marketed, but only as an introduction to consumers in the country.
The FengGuang Mini EV uses a single electric motor capable of producing 34 hp (25 kW), which is more than adequate for urban use.
Regarding the price, this compact EV car is predicted to be priced at around USD 5,000 or the equivalent of Rp. 71 million. Compared to Wuling, Dongfeng’s cheap electric car is a little more expensive. In China, this tiny Wuling Hongguang Mini EV electric car is sold starting at USD 4,500 or around Rp. 64 million.