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China’s most popular e-mini becomes even smaller

Wuling, the joint venture between General Motors and Chinese carmaker SAIC, unveiled the “Nano” version of the Wuling Hongguang Mini EV on Monday. With a length of 2.50 meters and a wheelbase of 1.60 meters, the Nano EV is even smaller than the standard model. The car’s length is 42 centimeters shorter, while the wheelbase is 34 centimeters. The sleek two-seater comes with a 24-kilowatt electric motor. It is said to travel 305 kilometers on one battery charge. The company, which is based in Liuzhou in the southwest of China, has not yet given any information about the battery capacity.

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