E-mobility News: Chinese Company Debuts ‘World’s Cheapest Electric Car’ Which Costs Less Than $9,000

Sure, Tesla’s Roadster is the “quickest car in the world,” but one Chinese company is betting their new electric vehicle will “catalyze a new generation of electric cars” — by being the most affordable (and the cutest?) in the market today.



Great Wall Motor recently debuted their 2019 Ora R1 electric car, from their newly-launched EV subsidiary. The four-seat mini Ora delivers a maximum cruising range of 194 miles (351 km) and will be available for a hot price: between 59,800 and 77,800 yuan ($8,680 to $11,293). That makes it the cheapest electric car in the market, a fraction of the cost of a Tesla.


Vw recently debuted their 2019 Ora R1 electric car, from their newly-launched EV subsidiary. The four-seat mini Ora delivers a maximum cruising range of 194 miles (351 km) and will be available for a hot price: between 59,800 and 77,800 yuan ($8,680 to $11,293). That makes it the cheapest electric car in the market, a fraction of the cost of a Tesla.


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