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Changli Is The World’s Most Cost-Effective Electric Vehicle That Costs Only $930

Changli Is The World’s Most Cost-Effective Electric Vehicle

Have you been thinking of going electric but just weren’t sure about how you could afford a Tesla? If yes, then you’re in luck because what you’re looking at is Changli – the world’s least expensive electric car. It will only cost you $930 ($1,200 if you opt for larger batteries) and can be delivered to your door after you place an order online.

Changli has been designed and manufactured by Changzhou Xili Car Industry in China. Changli Nemeca is a small electric vehicle that has managed to garner quite an attention after being touted as the world’s most cost-effective electric car. The electric motor is capable of producing a meager 1.16 horsepower and offers a top speed of 30 km/h only. However, it does offer a variety of interesting features such as independent suspension, air-conditioning, heater, reverse-review camera, and radio. The best part? You can have Changli delivered to your doorstep.

You don’t have to visit a dealership and pay a premium to get this electric car. The only way you can own this cheapest electric car is by placing an online order for it on Chinese marketplace Alibaba and getting it shipped. It measures in at a length of 2.5 meters, a width of 1.50 meters, and a height of 1.80 meters. It weighs in at 323 kilograms and is capable of carrying up to 300 kilograms. You can choose between two variants; two-seat and three-seat versions. The three-seat version will cost you $1,500.

It offers three sizes of batteries; 800 W, 1,000 W, or 1,200 W that can be charged between 7 and 10 hours. Although we don’t foresee Changli Nemeca giving Tesla a run for its money, the car in itself is quite an extraordinary feat to have pulled off, and for that, we appreciate the efforts of Changzhou Xili car Industry in China.

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