Friday, April 19, 2024

New Chinese car has a top speed of 3 km/h

Not 30, not 300… 3 km/ten hour is the top speed of the new YangWang U8. That is, on the water.

Did you know that BYD – which is also in Denmark – has a premium brand? Probably not. But it is good enough. In the style of Toyota, which has Lexus, BYD has YangWang. And the brand's new top model can reportedly float on water for up to 30 minutes at a time. The Chinese also say that the large SUV can maintain a top speed of a blistering 3 kilometers per hour. That is, on the water. In order for this to be possible, however, customers must choose the 'Off-road Master Edition' version. Unlike the Premium Edition, which is on the market in October, the new amphibious corvette is not quite ready yet. It will also be an expensive pleasure.READ ALSO: Happened on Monday – now 100 Danish taxis are totally useless According to Car News China, U8 is lobbing up 1,089,000 Chinese yuan. This corresponds to 1.06 million Danish kroner. Which makes the U8 the most expensive electrified car China has ever mass-produced. The word electrified is actually worth noting. The YangWang U8 has a 2-litre petrol engine to extend the electric motor's range, which is a mere 180 kilometres. In return, the Chinese promise a total range of 1,000 kilometers if the 75 liter petrol tank is filled up.

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