Chinese brands are gradually entering Europe. And they’re booming because it offers luxury, comfort, performance and practicality at a low price. One such brand is the Chinese brand BYD, which is perhaps still a big unknown in Europe, but in its home market it is a well-known manufacturer of electric cars with a relatively unique know-how, which is reflected in the parameters of cars produced.
Luxury powerful SUV also for Europeans
The BYD brand is one of the few Chinese that are already entering Europe. And with its Tang EV600 model, which attracts with its dynamic look, luxurious design, but also its performance, as well as practicality and unique parameters. The country where it will be possible to purchase this SUV with a length of 4,870 mm, a width of 1,950 mm and a height of 1,725 mm is Norway. That is, the country that is guaranteed to be the furthest out of all other European countries in the field of electromobility. From the Chinese carmaker, this is a completely understandable step, why it wants to start here in Europe. And already in January 2021, when the car is to be available in this country.
Electric car of interesting parameters
Not only the design and quality of workmanship is what the Tang EV600 wants to attract in Europe. In the case of electric cars, the parameters of the car are also important. In this case, the SUV is equipped with a pair of electric motors, which together give an output of 490 horsepower. This will allow a relatively large and robust car to accelerate to one hundred in 4.6 seconds. The batteries with which the car is equipped have a capacity of 82.8 kWh, which means a real range of 500 kilometers according to NEDC standards. In the event of a discharge, thanks to the support of fast charging, it is possible to supply the battery with energy in just half an hour, during which it is charged to 80 percent on the quick charger.
Price? He puts the competition in his pocket
The parameters of the Chinese electric car are quite impressive and in combination with the price, this car can certainly shuffle the cards in the field of electromobility. In Norway, the price should start at 599,999 local crowns, which is roughly 56,000 euros. That is an amount of around 1.5 million Czech crowns. If we stick to the electric SUV segment, Tesla’s Model X is a direct competitor for over three million, a few hundred thousand cheaper Jaguar I-Pace, or 2.5 million attacking Audi e-tron.