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China’s Wuling Hongguang Mini EV launches Cabrio electric convertible


Wuling Motors unveiled a convertible model of its highly popular budget mini electric car at the Shanghai auto show in April 2021.

Evelyn Cheng | CNBC

SHANGHAI – General Motors‘ joint venture in China is launching a miniature electric convertible under a low-cost brand that has soared in popularity in the last year.

Called the Hongguang Mini EV Cabrio, the convertible will begin mass production next year, according to a release. Details on pricing and availability weren’t available at the time of the vehicle’s unveiling at the Shanghai auto show this week.

The car is the latest from the popular Hongguang Mini EV line developed by General Motors‘ joint venture with Wuling Motors and…


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