ORA R1 (duplicate article)
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The ORA R1 is a city car presented and produced by Great Wall Motors beginning in 2019 under the electric vehicle sub-brand. ORA. According to Great Wall Motors, ORA stands for ‘open, reliable and alternative’ and is aimed at the young and upcoming city dweller.
The lithium-ion battery of the ORA R1 can propel the vehicle up to 102 km/hr and has an NEDC range of up to 301 kilometres (187 mi). The motor is a front-positioned 48 hp (36 kW; 49 PS) and 125 Nm permanent magnet motor.
The Great Wall Motors has announced it's introduction in India with its Haval and ORA brands, with the ORA R1 being one of the first models to be introduced in India.
The ORA R1 is priced between 59,800 and 77,800 yuan ($8,680 to US$11,293), making the R1 the world's cheapest electric car as of 2019.
- Ravi Prakash Kumar. "World's cheapest electric car is coming to India in February at Auto Expo 2020". Live Mint. Retrieved 30 January 2020.
- Tim Spears. "China's great wall motor debuts ORA R1, the world's cheapest electric car". Designboom. Retrieved 30 January 2020.
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