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Baojun E100 Sales Figures

The Baojun E100

The Baojun E100 is an electric microcar produced by Baojun, a Chinese automobile brand. Baojun is a joint venture between General Motors (GM), SAIC Motor Corporation, and Wuling Motors. The Baojun E100 was first introduced in 2017 and is designed to be an affordable and practical electric vehicle for urban commuting. It is primarily targeted at the Chinese market, where small electric cars have gained popularity as a sustainable transportation solution for short-distance travel in congested urban areas.

Baojun E100 Overview

The Baojun E100 is a battery electric vehicle produced by SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW), a China-based joint venture between General Motors, SAIC and Wuling. Notably, the E100 is Baojun’s first fully-electric vehicle. The E100 is comprised of a small footprint, with a rather stubby front and rear ends. The design is somewhat reminiscent of Daimler’s Smart Car lineup. The model features two doors and a hatch at the rear. Small, 12-inch wheels yet rather large headlights and taillights are some of the defining characteristics of the vehicle’s design. The model also features low-placed fog lights at the outer edges of the front bumper cover. Notably, the hatch features a unique attachment at the prominent roof-rails. Despite the limited surface area to produce an attractive exterior, designers used color to make the E100 noticeable. For instance, the primary body color can be complemented by two accent colors, a black/dark grey hue on the lower end of the car and another color on the B-pillar, roof rails, and wheel accents.

The E100is powered by a single motor that produces 29 kW (39 horsepower) and 110 Nm (81 pound-feet) of torque, enabling it to travel up to 155 km (96 miles) on a single charge. The lithium-ion battery pack can be fully charged in 7.5 hours, with the pack being capable of capturing energy through a regenerative braking system. The vehicle has a maximum speed of 100 km/h (62 mph), allowing it to travel on local roads and urban expressways, making it a vehicle capable of handling urban daily commutes in China. In June 2018, Baojun launched an upgraded E100 that added an improved driving range of 200 km and various functional upgrades.

Baojun E100 Sales Data & Trends

The Baojun E100 is primarily targeted at the Chinese domestic market, where micro EVs have gained popularity due to their small size, affordability, and suitability for urban commuting.

Baojun E100 China Sales Data & Charts

Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.

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Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.