SGMW’s New EV: BAOJUN 300 & 300PLUS Hit the Chinese Market, price starting at 64,800yuan

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SGMW's New EV: BAOJUN 300 & 300PLUS Hit the Chinese Market, price starting at 64,800yuan

On June 24, SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW) officially announced that the all-new Baojun E300 and E300 Plus were officially launched, the new EV is offered in a total of 6 variants with price ranging from 64,800 to 84,800 yuan (~US$9,156 – US$11,982). The new car is positioned as a pure electric microcar with a cruising range of 305 kilometers. Among them, the Baojun E300 is offered in both 2/3 seat layout, and the E300 Plus is a 4-seater model.


In terms of appearance, the overall styling design divides the new car into upper and lower areas and is called the “floating cockpit” design. The front face rounded rectangular shape LED daytime running lights to make the new car look very cute, and the vertical layout of the LED turn lights on the sides surrounding the bottom also adds a bit of momentum to the front face of the new car. For the details, we have previously reported, check our post below:

SGMW's New EV: BAOJUN 300 & 300PLUS Hit the Chinese Market, price starting at 64,800yuan
SGMW's New EV: BAOJUN 300 & 300PLUS Hit the Chinese Market, price starting at 64,800yuan

In terms of space, the new car will provide two/three-seater and four-seater layouts. The four-seater version is named E300Plus. In terms of body size, the Baojun E300 has a length, width, and height of 2625/1647/1588mm and a wheelbase of 1750mm; while the E300Plus has a length, width, and height of 2894/1655/1595mm and a wheelbase of 2020mm.

In terms of power, Baojun E300 and E300Plus are equipped with a motor with a maximum power of 54Ps (40kW) and a maximum torque of 150N·m. The slightly larger E300Plus has a battery pack with a slightly larger capacity. Its battery pack capacity is 31.9kWh and it has a battery range of 305km under NEDC. In the case of 6.6kW AC charging, it takes 4.5h to fully charge the battery. In addition, the new car also supports reverse power supply, which can output electricity externally or supplement power for other new energy vehicles.