Haima Fushida Me EV - Click above for a high-res image gallery
Haima Fushida, a joint venture between FAW and Mazda, has followed up its Fstar EV released at last year's Beijing Motor Show with this, the Me EV. According to the automaker, the Me features a set of high-performance brushless motors and a choice of two lithium-ion battery packs that can power the lil' tangerine EV between 100 and 120 miles and on to a top-speed of either 50 or 75 mph, respectively. A 220-volt power supply can supposedly recharge the Me in around four hours, and if it reaches production, the urban runabout with seating for two could be credible option for navigating Shanghai's increasing congested byways.
[Source: Autoblog Chinese]