Spirit of the ‘ugly’ Multipla lives on in practical KiWi

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The new KiWi electric vehicle launched by Baojun in China reminds of both generations the Fiat Multipla.
The new KiWi electric vehicle launched by Baojun in China reminds of both generations the Fiat Multipla.
Baojun

The Bauhaus spirit of the world’s “ugliest” but also most ergonomic car, the Fiat Multipla, lives on in the equally ugly but also practical KiWi EV launched last week in China.

Form follows function in the concocted love child from Baojun, a Chinese automobile marque owned as a joint venture by America’s Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) General Motors and Wuling Motors.

The KiWi has a range of 305 kilometres and inherits Baojun’s new “interstellar geometry design language”.

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