Sales of the updated Omoda crossover were postponed in Russia 10:54

The Chinese company Omoda has postponed the Russian debut of the updated C5 crossover to the third quarter. About this “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” It has been said in the manufacturer’s printing service.

“The timing of the launch of the new model depends on the production schedule prepared by our production facilities,” the company said.

The publication also revealed that the electric Omoda E5 was sent for additional tests so that the car could meet the operating conditions in the Russian Federation. “RG” believes that they want to bring the car “to mind”.

The Omoda E5 crossover is an electric version of the C5, which is already offered in Russia. The electric car differs from the gasoline version with its updated appearance and interior. The Omoda E5 has a traction battery with a capacity of 61 kWh, providing a range of up to 430 km, and charging from 30% to 80% of the battery capacity at a high-voltage charging station takes 28 minutes.

Before that it was known to the Russians. bought Chinese cars at record prices.

It’s happened before knownWhat cars fell in price in June in the Russian Federation.

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Source: Gazeta

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