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Aiways U5: China has caught up

The most important point about the Aiways U5 is not even the price. Although the electric SUV, minus the subsidies from the federal and state governments, enters the garage for less than €30,000, the most important point is the price-performance ratio. For this sum, you can buy a car that is almost on par with models costing almost twice as much. The Aiways U5 thus represents the trend that in the mobility revolution, new concepts from young car nations are competing alongside traditional brands. The car market is thus becoming noticeably more diverse.

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