The Wuling Mini EV Cabrio version or without a roof was caught on camera being tested on the streets of China some time ago. At that time the car was wrapped in camouflage, of course so that the design was not known to the public.
But recently, the official form of the Wuling Mini EV Cabrio was revealed in cyberspace. The car is no longer using camouflage, but the entire body is clearly visible.
According carnewschina.com, the official version of the Wuling Mini EV Cabrio underwent several minor changes compared to the display unit that had appeared at the Shang Hai Auto Show last April 2021.
Basically, this tiny electric car carries the appearance of a facelifted Mini EV where the front and rear lights use LEDs with DRLs in the shape of the letter ‘C'. Then the sidebar LEDs were removed for the final version and replaced with small turn signal lights on the front fenders.
While the white accents on the car, such as the front bumper, roof, and roll bar behind the seats are still maintained. Even the car's rims have six bars in two tone colors, just like the original concept version.
Since there are no official photos yet, the interior of the Mini EV Cabrio is still a mystery. However, most likely the cabin of this car is not much different from the usual Mini EV. To be sure, the chair now looks more sporty with a fixed headrest and a contrast stitching color with the seat.
The rest, the specifications of the Wuling Mini EV Cabrio can still be described further. The site only reports that this environmentally friendly car has an output of 40 hp.
If you refer to the specs of the Wuling Mini EV facelift, then this car may use a Lithium iron phosphate battery or an LFP battery with a capacity of 26 kWh. With this power, the distance that can be traveled is claimed to reach 300 km.
Then for pricing and launch matters, Wuling has not announced when the Mini EV Cabrio will debut.