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Beijing Electric Vehicle Corp

BJEV is a subsidiary of BAIC, of which Daimler owns 12% and that has bought the Saab’s assets in 2009 after the brand’s regretted departure from the automotive scene. BJEV produces the cheapest and most popular EV on the Chinese market, priced at less than USD 8000 (after subsidies): the EC180. It’s again a small 4 door vehicle with a pleasingly neutral design. Next to the EC180, BJEV produces a large range of EVs, including mid-sized sedans, SUVs, and more luxurious sedans such as the EH300. The design of some of the sedans reminds of Mercedes models, such as the previous C class sedan.

Cars from China use the GB/T standard connector but can be charged from a standard Type 2 tethered or portable charger using our converter.


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