Hongguang Mini EV Cabrio is available in China only through lottery

In April 2021, Wuling revealed the convertible version of the Hongguang Mini EV, which debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show. Almost 19 months later, the Chinese company – which is a joint venture of SAIC, General Motors and Liuzhou Wuling – announced that its midget electric convertible model will go into production.

However, it is estimated that only between 100 and 200 units of the car will be produced each month and will be offered in a lottery style. Seeing how popular the Hongguang Mini EV is, which has reportedly become the best-selling electric car in China with 426,000 sold in 2021, and given the limited production run of the cabrio, we can understand why they chose to give it away via lottery.

Zhang Yiqin, Wuling’s head of branding and marketing, said the lottery winners will be announced at the end of September, with Yiqin saying the model will likely cost between 100,000 and 200,000 yuan (€14,000-€28,000).

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