The Chinese firm has revamped one of its most distinctive models with minor changes and a new name. The Baojun E300 has been renamed the new Baojun Kiwi EV. When creating it, new materials and a wider range of colors were used.
In the middle of last year, this Chinese brand from General Motors unveiled one of its most distinctive and unusual models – the tiny Baojun E300 electric car. The novelty received one of the most striking aesthetic characteristics in its segment, since it basically looked like a concept for a prototype living room due to its peculiar shape.
This electric model is available in two body styles, E300 and E300 Plus, with two lengths and two battery options. But it looks like the attractive design wasn’t enough, so the company decided to freshen up the model a bit.
As with the Baojun RC-5W, the brand, which is owned by a joint venture between SAIC and Wuling, has slightly refined its small electric car. Some design details were added to it, brighter materials for interior decoration.
The model was renamed Baojun Kiwi EV to abandon the alphanumeric nomenclature system that the Chinese brand has used until now.
On a mechanical level, no change happened. The model still has the same mechanical range and two body lengths: 2.62 and 2.89 meters. Both models are equipped with a 54 hp electric motor. and a maximum torque of 150 Nm powered by a 31.9 kWh battery. What has changed is the model’s color and material catalog.
A few days ago, the developers presented various color options for the novelty, which will be available in 6 different color schemes. Each one combines different tones to achieve attractive configurations both outside and in the interior. The end result is still a striking design model, more typical of a living room prototype than a car.