Meet The Tiniest GM Convertible EV You'll Never Own
100382 Meet The Tiniest GM Convertible EV You'll Never Own

Meet The Tiniest GM Convertible EV You'll Never Own


The answer is remarkably simple. You hold a lottery. If your number is chosen, you get to buy one. And they will be scooped up quite quickly considering the estimated retail price. The entry-level model with a 9.3-kilowatt-hour battery will go for the equivalent of approximately $5,805, while the 13.8 kWh powerhouse will sell for around $8,707. The claimed range for the entry-level model is 75 miles, and the larger battery pack offers 106 miles, partly thanks to a curb weight of well under 1,500 pounds.

It would help if you took these claimed figures with a grain of salt, however. The Chinese government is notoriously good at pushing the EV agenda, and it owns the majority of the conglomerate.

There is also another huge problem with the Mini EV Cabrio. The battery can only connect to a household socket, and no provision has been made for fast charging. If the battery runs out, you’ll have to wait nine hours.

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