ELECTRIC CARS

The over 200 mph electric supercar: Qiantu K50, the eastern lightning bolt

Electric cars, such as Rimac Nevera, Pininfarina Battista and Aspark Owl, are known for their incredible acceleration performances. A new Chinese supercar, the Qiantu K50, promises to challenge these models.

The Qiantu K50 is produced by Qiantu Motors, a Chinese car company founded in 2016. Currently, the K50 is produced in small series for the domestic market.

The Qiantu K50 is ready to be sold in Western markets as well, thanks to an agreement between Qiantu Motors and the American startup Mullen Automotive.

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High-performance electric cars
Electric cars, such as  Rimac Nevera, Pininfarina Battista and Aspark Owl, are known for their incredible acceleration performance. A new Chinese supercar, the Qiantu K50, promises to challenge these models.
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The Qiantu K50 and the Qiantu Motors
The Qiantu K50 is produced by Qiantu Motors, a Chinese automobile company founded in 2016. Currently, the K50 is produced in small series for the domestic market.
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Sale of the K50 in the West
The Qiantu K50 is ready to be sold in Western markets as well, thanks to an agreement between Qiantu Motors and the American startup Mullen Automotive.
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The agreement between Mullen and Qiantu
Mullen Automotive acquired for $6 million the right to build and distribute the K50 throughout the Americas, from northern Canada to the southern tip of Patagonia.
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Distribution and target markets
Initially, distribution of the K50 will be concentrated in the United States and Canada, but Mullen Automotive can operate in all markets in North and South America.
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K50 becomes Mullen GT
Mullen Automotive can customize the K50 and re-register it as a new self-manufactured model. The car will be redesigned to meet the needs of the American market and renamed Mullen GT.
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An ultra-high performance variant
In addition to the Mullen GT, an ultra-high performance variant called Mullen GTRS will be produced.
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Revisiting aesthetics
Mullen Automotive will change the aesthetics of the Chinese supercar to bring it more in line with other models produced, such as the crossovers Mullen Five and Mullen Five RS.
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Performance enhancement
American engineers will improve the powertrain of the K50, which as standard has 375 hp and accelerates from 0-60 in 4"2. The Mullen GTRS will cover 0-100 in 1"95 and reach a top speed of over 320 km/h.
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The vision of Mullen Automotive
David Michery, CEO and president of Mullen Automotive, said that the agreement with Qiantu is an important milestone for the company, enabling it to make a supercar that can compete with some of the world's best sports cars.
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