BAIC's new energy vehicle heads to mass production in July
Updated: 2011-05-21 15:56
BAIC will begin mass production for China's new energy vehicles in July, according to an official with BAIC Group Friday during the 14th China Beijing International High-tech Expo.
The C30 can be charged by the system under the State Grid, and every full charge consumes 17kwh of electricity and allows a driving distance of 100km, with a maximum speed of 130km per hour.
BAIC will produce 3,500 pure electric vehicles in 2011 for both private and public transportation.
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