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Haoyu EA30 (SDH7000BEVBL6)

Following the recent trend of mainstream manufacturers teaming up with LSEV makers in order to promote NEVs, here is a surprise entry where Hawtai is partnering with Shandong Haoyu Vehicle Co. Ltd. (see post #45) of Laiwu city to market the EA30 small car. Basically it is a copy of the Benben Mini bodyshell (sourced from a third-party supplier) mated with a new front clip. There are other such models abounding in the LSEV market. What is special in the present instance is that this car has managed to receive type approval from NDRC (via Hawtai).

Having produced other Benben Mini-derived models in the past, Haoyu introduced the EA30 at the Jinan fall EV show in August 2015. Hawtai's version will probably be called E20.

Basic specs:

L/W/H: 3535 x 1555 x 1510 mm
Wheelbase: 2350 mm
Track: F/R 1310/1330 mm
Unladen weight: 940-1190 kg
Motor: 21 kW (peak)
Max. speed: 100 km/h






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Pix from: cnev.cn, cebike.com, cn-truck.com

Haoyu website: www.sdhaoyu.net
Haoyu press release:
http://www.sdhaoyu.net/news_detail/newsId=109.html
 

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Hawtai EV160

Mfr.: Rainchst
Distributor: Hawtai
Model: EV160
Code: SDH7000BEVYL
Donor: LeiJun

Hawtai's third attempt at launching a small NEV procured from an LSEV manufacturer. In this case, we have our old friend from Rainchst, the LeiJun, a version of which is already serving duty as Jiangling's JMEV E100.

Powered by a 20 kW motor, the EV160 is capable of a max. speed of 100 km/h.



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Hawtai's previous candidates:

SDH7000BEVZL
SDH7000BEVBL6
 

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Hawtai EV160R

The EV160R, an NEV based on the Rainchst Ruiyi V8 is to be launched next week. Hawtai's previous small NEV, EV160 based on the Baoya Yabei, has been renamed EV160B as a consequence.

https://shuoke.autohome.com.cn/article/588540.html
http://www.hawtaimotor.com/list-190-1.html





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Earlier post: http://www.chinacarforums.com/forum/showpost.php?p=128857
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Article on Ruiyi V8, formerly LeiJun V8:

http://www.sohu.com/a/118955833_372664

Also, many posts are in the Mini EV thread on Rainchst, LeiJun
 

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Seems small fry Hawtai has become proactive in entering the current race to NEVs.
Of course it is necessary for it to remain viable, in an increasingly competitive market.
Can all of these small Hawtai EVs be classified as LSEVs?
 

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Can all of these small Hawtai EVs be classified as LSEVs?
No, as part of the Hawtai range, they are bona fide NEVs, since they receive subsidies at present and have NDRC codes. The EV160B and EV160R originated as LSEVs, though.

Ignore the Haoyu as that did not end up as part of the Hawtai range.
 
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