Automobiles

Shifeng D101: The Chinese Electric Car Is Now Selling In Pakistan

There are no second thoughts that electric cars are the future. Throughout 2017 we’ve been hearing about a lot of car manufacturers keenly getting on to the bandwagon of developing electric cars. Consequently, it has gained massive popularity in Asia too, including Pakistan. Responding to the popular trend, a Chinese manufactured electric car, Shifeng D101, is now available for sale in Pakistan.

Also Read: Electric cars to completely replace the fossil fuel vehicles in China

All about Shifeng D101

It is significant to state that Shifeng D101 is not a locomotive giant like Zygote and other companies which have invested in the Pakistani automobile market. However, the idea of introducing electric cars in Pakistan might tempt the buyers to go for it especially when it’s time to buy a new or secondary car.

Shifeng 101 is a 5-door and 4-seater hatchback. The little beauty is about 3456 x 1530 x 1485 mm in terms of length, width and height. The car weighs about 1180kg.

The estimate charge time of the is about 9 hours. Thereafter, it can run up to 150km in a single charge. The top speed of the car is 80km/h.

Some of the car key features are:

  • Air conditioning
  • Central locking
  • Electric rear hatch
  • Heater
  • Power steering

The Chinese electric car, Shifeng D101, is available in 5 different colors: blue, orange, red, silver and white.

Quick Read: Electric cars to replace petrol and diesel cars in next 8 years

At present, Pakistan has imported 22 Shifeng D101 cars. The price of the car is Rs750,000 and is available for sale in Lahore only for now. If the response is positive, there will be more cars up for the grabs.

Car consumers in Pakistan are getting smart with every passing day. They have realized that an electric car is more advantageous for them as compared to a fuel-powered cars.

Do you think Shifeng D101 is overpriced at Rs750,000 for the Pakistani market?

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Owaiis

    26/09/2017 at 11:54 am

    No, I don’t think it is overpriced. I think it’s fine. And YES we need electric cars. I know I know, we have an energy crisis and whatnot but STILL I think we need electric cars on our roads. They are cheaper, eco-friendlier and definitely the future of automobile industry.

  2. Dr Javed Khalid

    24/10/2017 at 11:13 pm

    I want to buy, where this care available in Lahore

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