At MIMS, which will officially open tomorrow, on 29th of August, will be exhibited the first serial electric car in the territory of the Customs Union that was produced in Kazakhstan. In addition to the electric car the representatives of JAC brand in the Russian Federation will demonstrate a pick-up truck with cross-country capacity manufactured at the production sites of "Allur "Group of companies".
The expected first electric car in the territory of the Customs Union - JAC iEV7S- was earlier demonstrated at the International Industrial Exhibition "Innoprom-2018" in Ekaterinburg. Preparation works on the production of a car with an electric motor are carried out at the automobile plant of “Allur “Group of companies” in Kostanay, at SaryarkaAvtoProm plant.
In iEV7S model is used the most advanced liquid-cooling / heating system of the battery. The battery capacity in the model is increased from 33 to 39 kW / h, thanks to which the drive range has increased up to 280 km. JAC iEV7S took part in China Car Performance Challenge (China) national competitions and became the champion in the class of serial electric crossovers in all four categories, including the race against time and the "elk" test (car testing for stability during extreme maneuvers).
Also, the distributor of JAC brand in Russia intends to present at MIMS a 4WD pickup truck with a diesel engine - JAC T6, produced at the production site of "GC" Allur" JSC in Kostanay. The vehicle is ideal for operation in all geographic and climatic conditions - modern diesel and gasoline engines with a turbocharger provide a reliable power reserve, both in steppe plains and in the mountainous areas, in an extremely hot and cold climate. Part-time 4WD and large ground clearance provide JAC T6 vehicle with an excellent off-road capability, and the balanced independent front suspension and rear spring suspension – with excellent handleability, safety and comfort on roads with different surfaces and off-roads.
The sales start of JAC iEV7S electric car and 4WD JAC T6 pickup truck with diesel engine in the territory of the Russian Federation is planned in November 2018.