Baojun E200 is a pure electric vehicle launched by Baojun brand in September 2018, it can be considered as the upgrade version of Baojun E100 EV. it launched two versions with combined working (NEDC) range of 210km. In April 2019, the Baojun E200 launched a new model with NEDC cruising range of 250km to further meet the actual needs of family travel.
The Baojun E200 EV is based on a new design language, official called it geometry design, by using geometric elements to achieve the expression of the design language, the product as a whole presents a simple style. In terms of specific details, Baojun E200 use a fake grille, and the headlights were designed with upper and lower splits, the upper part is the ambient light strip and the lower part is the headlight set.
Baojun E200 body size is 2497 * 1526 * 1616mm, the wheelbase is 1600mm. In the powertrain section, the Baojun E200 is equipped with a permanent magnet synchronous motor, which has maximum power of 29kW (39hp), The 2019 Baojun E200 has a range of 250km.
The appearance of the Baojun E200 is much similar to E100. It also adopts a very compact design. The headlights are refined and have a lens. The yellow plaque above the headlights has the same design as the current Baojun SUV family headlights.
The Baojun E200 adopts two layouts. It is very convenient to drive through city roads whether you are walking or parking. The vehicle’s pillar A&B are blackened to create a visual effect of the floating roof.
The opening of the trunk is small, and it may be difficult to put large luggage items into it, storage space is limited.
There is only one full LCD screen in the car, and this full LCD screen also carries the vehicle instrument function. It can be said that the whole car driving control is based on this screen.
Baojun is a Chinese auto brand established by SAIC-GM-Wuling in 2010. General Motors (China) President Gan Wenwei listed Baojun marque as the fourth-largest brand of GM in China, which is in parallel with Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac.
SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile (SGMW), which was formally established on November 18, 2002, is owned by Shanghai Automotive Group, General Motors Corporation of the United States and Guangxi Automobile Group (formerly Liuzhou Wuling Automobile), a large joint venture automobile company in China.
Baojun is an entry-level car brand in China market since it’s born, with the replacement of the new badge, Baojun is challenging the higher-end brand image.
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