These offer quite a bit of range
Chinese carmaker Wuling Motors seems pretty fond of building little electric vehicles. Nearly a year after the launch of the affordable Hong Guang Mini EV, the company has now unveiled the new Nano EV at the Tianjin International Auto Show.Not all
We wouldn’t mind drying our hair with this one
The displays at this year's Auto Shanghai has been quite impressive so far, but this newly unveiled convertible is easily one of the most interesting cars we've seen throughout the entire show. Ladies and gents, meet the Wuling Hong Guang
It has the makings—and the enticing price tag—of a real workhorse
Wuling Motors has had quite the success with the Hong Guang Mini EV. A P200,000 compact electric vehicle really does sound like a steal, right? Well, the Chinese carmaker has now rolled out another new model, and by the looks of
More than 112,000 units sold
Remember the Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV? You know, the ultra-compact electric China car that, at just 28,800 Chinese yuan (slightly over P200,000), costs a fraction of what anything else on the market goes for? Well, it's selling.
Definitely a car we want to try out
An electric-powered car that's about the size of a couple of balikbayan boxes? And with an equally minuscule 28,800 Chinese yuan (a smidge over P200,000) price tag to boot? The Wuling Hong Guang Mini EV sounds like something
What do you think?
No, this isn't some macho new electric SUV from some up-and-coming manufacturer in the US. This is the Wuling Hong Guang X, a concept that hails from the People's Republic of China, and is another good step towards
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