In the electric car sector, we find offers for all budgets today. In the “low cost” section, the Dacia Spring Electric By far it was considered the cheapest electric car for sale in Europe. In Portugal Dacia Spring costs 13,800 euros.
However, Dartz with Freze Nikrob Electric wants to steal this “title” and be the cheapest on sale in the European Union.
Electric Dartz Freze Nikrob beats the Dacia Spring Electric's price
The electric vehicle market continues to rise with offers already in place in the most diverse sectors. The latest offering from Dartz arrives with Freze Nikrob, which rivals the cheapest electric car on the European market.
Produced in Lithuania with parts imported from China, Freze Nikrob is basically a renamed version of the popular Wuling Hongguang Mini EV, produced by SAIC-GM-Wuling in China, which is a joint venture between General Motors and two Chinese companies.
This vehicle is available in two versions regarding the battery pack. There is a basic version with a 9.2 kWh battery and another called Luxury with a power of 13.8 kWh.
In this latest version, autonomy is guaranteed within 200 km and a top speed of 100 km / h.
The basic version of this electricity will cost 9,999 euros, which is about 2,500 euros cheaper than the Dacia Spring Electric. The deluxe edition starts at 14,999 euros.
As the name suggests, the luxury version will have more refined finishes, tempered glass, and more robust interiors, among other improvements over the base version.
For Dacia Spring, pre-orders began on April 7, with first units deliveries scheduled for October. This car is marketed in Portugal with two equipment levels: Comfort and Comfort Plus. According to Dacia, the Comfort version will be available at a price of € 16,800 (€ 13,800 with state incentive).
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