Mullen arrives in Europe with the i.go city car with Chinese origins

In parallel with the preparation of its large electric SUV top-of-the-range, the Five, Mullen multiplies the news: acquisition of Bollinger Motorspurchase of the assets of Electric Last Mile Solutions in bankruptcy and therefore now a landing in Europe with a new product, the i.go.

In his official prose, Mullen refuses to mention the origin of this model, which is certainly not an internal creation. The American claims to have acquired the exclusivity for the sale of this model in Europe, as well as the homologation of the model on our continent. The few published photos, on the other hand, confirm that it is the Henrey Tiger FEV (Family Electric Vehicle). A vehicle from Beijing Henrey, a specialist in electric micro-cars, which is assembled in partnership with the giant Dongfeng in Zhengzhou (Henan province).

This small car, 3.38 m long and 1.50 m wide, has a wheelbase of 2.44 m. It receives a 34 kW / 46 hp / 102 Nm motor on its rear axle. The 16.5 kWh battery theoretically allows it a range of 200 km, but in the NEDC cycle (215 km in the CLTC cycle). Mullen does not communicate WLTP range at this time. The maximum speed is limited to 100 km/h.

Curiously, Mullen refers to a last-mile delivery vehicle, not a city car. Which could therefore denote an interior with only 2 seats, and not 4 like the original model. Also no details yet on the equipment of the vehicle. But a price has been communicated: 11,999 dollars. Or 12,150 euros during the day. A price that includes taxes, since the model is supposed to be a utility… Sales should start in Germany, Spain, France, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

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