NETA V Co-sport Magic Edition arrives

NETA V Co-sport Magic Edition
NETA V Co-sport Magic Edition

Last week I wrote an article announcing that the NETA V would soon get a faster version in China. That version is now available to order and it’s called NETA V Co-sport Magic Edition.


Let’s see more details about this new edition.


NETA V Co-sport Magic Edition

  • Length: 4.070 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2.420 mm
  • Width: 1.690 mm
  • Height: 1.540 mm
  • Tire specifications: 185/55 R16
  • Wheels: aluminium
  • Number of seats: 5
  • Motor: 70 kW and 150 N.m of torque
  • Maximum speed: 120 km/h
  • Acceleration performance: 3,9 seconds (0-50 km/h)
  • DC fast charging: 30 minutes (30-80 %)
  • On-board charging: 6-8 h (6,6 kW)
  • Range: 401 km (NEDC) and around 300 km in WLTP
  • Starting price (before subsidies): 86.900 yuan (11.236 euros)
  • Starting price (after subsidies): 76.900 yuan (9.943 euros)


Curiously, this new edition comes with V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) capability as standard.


For the European standards this edition isn’t considered sporty. Its acceleration time from 0 to 50 km/h is the same as the new Renault ZOE 50 and the 0 to 100 km/h performance isn’t even announced…

However, I think that this electric car is amazing and offers great value for money. This is the kind of electric supermini that many Europeans would love to have.

Its maker, Hozon Auto already has the official website available in English, which suggests that selling outside its domestic market is planned.


What do you think?



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Pedro Lima

My interest in electric transportation is mostly political. Iโ€™m tired of coups and wars for oil. My expectation is that the adoption of electric transportation will be a factor for peace and democracy all over the world.

11 Responses

  1. Derek says:

    This car only makes me angrier with European carmakers for overpricing their electric cars.

    • Mike/Liverpool says:

      YES, in a word
      Forget trying to out Tesla, Tesla……a small 2nd car, that can go any where…..+100 miles
      75 mph fine……..nope this could be a winner

      • Frederico Matias says:

        The Chinese are aiming at all levels of car industry…

        Nio: High-end Premium (they are not cheap, even in China)
        Xpeng: Mid-High Semi-Premium (a bit like a Volvo)
        All others for the mainstream market.

  2. Sams says:

    The proportions of the car look odd. It is not particularly high, the wheels are not particularly small, but still on the picture it looks like these wheel are not 16′ but just 14’… I’d like to see it in real to judge.

  3. Maximilian Holland says:

    Can’t wait to get these in Europe!

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