Recently, China has been experimenting with all different kinds of cars, and a new intriguing example has recently come to light online. The low-cost car and tiny EV manufacturer Wuling have officially debuted a one-seat electric pickup.
The electric pickup, known as the E10, features a closed cargo box behind and a driver seat that is positioned in the middle (imagine a McLaren F1, haha). The E10 is intended for firms like delivery services and postal organisations, among others.
The Wuling E10 is just 3,310mm long, 1,080mm broad, and 1,690mm tall in terms of measurements. 1,625/1,000/1,040mm is the size of the cargo box. The exterior has rectangular headlights, a blacked-out grille, black steel wheels, and a straightforward grey paint job. Every commercial vehicle in China must have the red 3M tape on the cargo box, and it must be present even before the vehicle is put on the market.
A digital instrument panel, two USB connections for charging mobile devices, manually controlled windows, and a crude heating system are all included within the E10’s relatively basic cabin. The hand brake sits on the right side of the driver’s seat, and the steering wheel has the red Wuling insignia.
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