WilliamSager August 6, 2017 11:13 PM Must be a lot of subsidies. In America it cost almost $8,000 just to produce a golf cart. michael_dowling August 7, 2017 09:58 AM Something tells me it wouldn't pass safety requirements for sale in the States. watersworm August 7, 2017 10:28 AM Knowing poor air quality and traffic congestion in Beijing or Shangai it seems a good (sufficient) product. Except chinese people seem to prefer much bigger cars. On the other hand many chinese people are expecting the right to buy cars... MikeKokomo August 7, 2017 12:36 PM Undoubtedly this car will never make it to America without safety upgrades and probably more accessories to fit our need for comfort. Article didn't say ( or I missed it) about whether anyone over 5'6" would be able to get into the car. Rustin Lee Haase August 7, 2017 12:48 PM There's a market for cars like this in the US, but that market is already saturated with $8000 3 year old Nissan LEAFs that are a much better car with the same range. No point in trying to sell them in the US. China, probably. Its great to have these little, low cost EVs. They make great commuters and for errands. Penguin August 7, 2017 04:04 PM This is what they need here, now. apprenticeearthwiz August 8, 2017 01:18 AM I'm reminded of when Japanese cars first reached the west. Funny little toy cars that would never amount to anything. Rkt9 August 9, 2017 05:55 AM For the millions who ride around in South Asia in a smoke belching motor bike with a covered side car attached this would be a welcomed upgrade! Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Mekong Delta, India etc. Grunchy November 22, 2017 04:22 PM I want a $5,300 little EV made by GM! I have a little room left on the driveway for exactly this little thing. Don't make me buy a smart car. Tom Lee Mullins February 22, 2018 01:40 PM It seems very similar to the Smart ED but at a much lower cost. The size is similar to the ED but the Smart is safer and can be driven in the US(?).