For less than $6,000, you can get a brand new car with Wi-Fi and parking sensors. Not too shabby, China.
The Baojun E100 is an EV from one of General Motors' Chinese joint ventures, SAIC-GM-Wuling.
Its single electric motor produces about 39 horsepower and 81 pound-feet of torque.
Because it's small, range is an impressive 96 miles.
It'll charge to full in 7.5 hours.
Its top speed is a paltry 62 mph.
It comes with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and on higher trims, it packs a touchpad and keyless entry.
Best of all is its price.
After national and local subsidies, it costs less than $6,000.
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