Under 1000 Euro: Cheapest electric car in the world, ordered, unpacked & filmed

belongs To this category also have a functional electric car for under 1000 euros definitely. Car bloggers Jason Torchinsky has ventured the Experiment, and the

Under 1000 Euro: Cheapest electric car in the world, ordered, unpacked & filmed

belongs To this category also have a functional electric car for under 1000 euros definitely. Car bloggers Jason Torchinsky has ventured the Experiment, and the cheap Chinese e-bike to your home.

Cheaper and better than a Golf cart

It is raining in torrents, as the electric car enthusiast whips out his battery-powered new car. Just as well that the Mini-e fits easily under the gazebo in the garden by Jason Torchinsky. As he explains on the YouTube channel of the U.S. auto blog "Jalopnik", he has acquired the electric car for the equivalent of 824 euros on the Chinese trading platform Alibaba. More expensive than the vehicle itself, the shipping costs and other fees, which amounted to the equivalent of 1800 euros. "It is still the cheapest new cars you can get," says Jason, and begins the packaging to tear down. What comes to the fore, a bit reminiscent of an Indian Tuk-Tuk. The auto blogger is impressed: "even It is metal and not plastic as I had assumed. [...] Much better than expected!“

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spare tire and air pump but no belts

buy To his Surprise, even a spare wheel, an electric air pump, side mirror, a small tool bag, roof Luggage rack, bumper and charging cable included"There is nothing in the car, which looks totally awful. It even sounds good when you close the doors,“ says Jason, and behind the steering Wheel takes place in the middle of the dashboard sits. "It's pretty spacious," he says. "If you really wanted to, could sit on the rear bench for two people."

the Transport capability of the YouTuber, however, has his doubts: "I see no safety belts." All of the build thickness of the electric SUV, Mini, however, are: the City-Stromer in the first Test, FOCUS Online/Wochit All the build thickness of the electric SUV, Mini, however, are: the City-Stromer in the first Test

in Spite of a damaged fender and a missing safety belts Jason's conclusion is extremely positive: "This exceeds my expectations. [...] If you compare it with the most Golf mobile, it costs less than half and is still much better.“ In a follow-up Video under the auto-blogger with the cheap electricity even a small test drive. Although both Tempo and tempo display leave something to be desired, but at least Jason reached without complications (not far distant) goal. "I don't have at least the feeling that he's about to fall apart.", he draws the following conclusion.

 

This article by Franziska Albrecht

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Updated Date: 10 June 2020, 02:26

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