Vilkon Electric Vehicles, based in Kharkov, Ukraine, has developed an electric minicrossover. The new car was named Lulida. The first prototype is ready and undergoing road tests.
The development of the electric crossover was carried out by Ukrainian specialists with the support of Chinese colleagues. The novelty received a square body with sharp broken lines, headlights that have vertical integration and C-shaped DRLs, and a massive grille with a mesh pattern. Square tail lights partially extend over the fenders, and a full-size spare wheel is fitted to the door.
The exact dimensions of the electric car are not available. It is known that its length does not exceed 4 meters. The interior is designed for four people and will be quite spacious and comfortable. The equipment includes a multimedia system, air conditioning, heater, rear-view camera and electric front windows.
There is no information about the electric transmission. The range will be about 100-200 km. The battery capacity can be replenished in 3-4 hours at fast charging stations and in 6-7 hours from a household outlet. Preliminary, the cost of the crossover will be 170,000 hryvnia (about $6,250). Mass production will start in near future.