All you need to know about Changan’s Mini EV Lumin Corn – Performance, Features, Launch

After the Chinese EV – Wuling Hongguang Mini – another electric vehicle is making its way into China. The “Changan Lumin Corn” is coming to town very soon. Major EV dealers and automakers fear that the upcoming vehicle will deliver intense competition and take over their business. Every EV lover now has eyes on the upcoming EV. And why not? The vehicle’s worth the hype.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Changan Lumin Corn

How did the vehicle come into being?

Not too long ago, Changan introduced its premium EV brand called Avatr, Changan’s joint venture with Huawei and CATL. After unveiling an electric coupe-SUV, Avatr 11, Avatr is now working on a mini electric hatchback, Avatr Lumin Corn.

Vehicle’s Performance

According to Chinese media reports, the Lumin Corn mini EV is coming in two variants:

  • One is powered by a 35 kW LFP battery from CATL that generates 48 horsepower and ranges up to 210 kilometers.
  • The other is powered by a 30 kW LFP battery from Gotion Hightech that generates 41 horsepower and ranges up to 150 kilometers.

Both variants will have a top speed of 101 km/h.

Vehicle’s Looks

Changan has shared an animation video to reveal the Lumin Corn’s looks on its official social media channels. In the video, the quirky details of the car’s exterior and interior are displayed. The upcoming EV features:

  • two doors
  • four seats
  • circular LED lights
  • pop-out door handles
  • engine push start
  • an infotainment screen
  • an LCD meter
  • a climate control system
  • a flat-bottom steering wheel

Vehicle’s Competition

Other than the Wuling Hongguang Mini EV, the Changan Lumin Corn will also compete with other Chinese electric hatchbacks:

  • The Chery QQ Ice Cream
  • The Chery eQ1
  • The Baojun KiWi EV

The automakers of elective vehicles should brace for impact as the upcoming Changan mini EV showcases a lot of potential. Only time will tell what buyers prefer once the Changan Lumin Corn hits the Chinese market.

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