10 Coolest Asian Electric Cars 2016



Angkor EV 2013
Cambodia-made Angkor EV resembles the 2013 Toyota RAV 4 EV designed by Mr. Nhean Phaloek. Some parts of this estimated $10,000 car were sourced in Cambodia and some were imported. The vehicle was unveiled in Phnom Penh in 2013. The Angkor car that is supported by the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy of Cambodia and manufactured by Heng Development Co., Ltd.

Eliica
Eliica was designed by a team at Keio University in Japan. Powered by a lithium-ion battery, this car can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in just four seconds. The car reached a speed of 370 kmph on Italy’s Nardo High Speed Track. The car weighs 2,400 kg and can comfortably seat four people.

Hyundai Blue2
This cool concept car made its debut at the 2011 Seoul Motor Show. The Hyundai Blue2 is a midsize FCEV. It matches a futuristic new styling theme with eco-friendly materials, advanced electronics/telematics and a hydrogen fuel cell stack that turns out 90 kW. It delivers about 82 eMPG.

Hyundai Blue-Will
Plug-in petrol-electric hybrid concept car Hyundai Blue-Will debuted at the 2009 Seoul Motor Show. The strong parallel hybrid system of the car is capable of driving the vehicle under electric power alone, using the internal combustion, or a combination of both.

Kia POP
This electric concept car was presented by Kia Motors at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. It represents a vision of the future urban electric transport. This beautiful car is a chrome-colored, three-meter-long, three seater vehicle. It is powered by an electric engine with a power output of 50 kW.

Mitsubishi CA-MiEV
Mitsubishi CA-MiEV (where CA stands for compact and advanced) is a suburban EV with a 186-mile range. It can go 300 km from a 28 kWh lithium-ion battery and lightweight 80 kW motor/inverter/charger unit.

Nissan Pivo 3
This concept car by Nissan was introduced in 2005 Tokyo Motor Show. It is a 360 degree rotating three-seater cabin on a chassis of four wheels. This cute electric car is powered by a lithium-ion battery. The car has a futuristic design. It has large doors and windscreens.

NTU Venture 8
This urban solar electric car is mounted on a carbon fiber single shell chassis. It was built by the students of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), one of Singapore’s largest universities. NTU students have also built the NTU Venture (NV) 9, a slick three-wheeled racer.

PU_PA EV
Teijin Group of State Sakura manufactures light electric vehicles. The company has named them PU_PA EV. Lightweight materials like polycarbonate resin, carbon fiber and bio-polyester are used to make this car. The car weighs just 437 kilograms.

Qiantu K50 Event!
Qiantu K50 Event! debuted in the Shanghai Auto Show in 2015. It is China’s first home-grown electric super car. According to its manufacturers, the car can reach a top speed of 200 kmph. It can reach 100 kmph in just five seconds. The car should be available in 2016.

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17 thoughts on “10 Coolest Asian Electric Cars 2016

  • May 1, 2017 at 11:03 pm
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    when they can fully recharge in a couple of hrs & can do 300+ miles & can comfortably seat 4/5 passengers with luggage space then, & only then will i be interested, till then, theyre just a rich persons toy

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  • May 1, 2017 at 11:03 pm
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    that eliica or what's it name is over 7 years old, so definitly not for 2016,poor mix

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  • May 1, 2017 at 11:03 pm
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    My advice to manufacturers, make electric cars look like regular cars, instead of something that came out of a 1950s Sci-Fi flick. there is a reason Tesla, and Prius sold so well, they look like, cars. not escape pods from battleship galactica.

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  • May 1, 2017 at 11:03 pm
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    Electric cars, trucks, bicycles and mass transit are the future. Fossil fuel ICE cars are the past.
    Think teen agers vs your grand father. cell phones vs land lines.
    NO EMISSIONS. Climate change is real..
    Save money. .no stopping at gas stations. no oil changes. less overall maintenance.
    Let your representatives know that you want to see more support of electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations.

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  • May 1, 2017 at 11:03 pm
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    Climate Change is real. It will be the defining issue of our lives.
    Go electric. No emissions.

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