Horki is an electric car sub-brand of the Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia Joint Venture, its models are sold through Kia dealers in China and are displayed alongside Kia’s own models on its Chinese website. The Chinese name for the brand is HuaQi, best translated as ‘China Flag’. The 300E is Horki’s first model, and it is based on the first generation Kia Cerato/Spectra, which was launched in 2004. The 300E was launched more than a decade later, but its design hasn’t been changed much from the original, with the most noticeable feature the closed grille. This results in a huge contrast between the relatively modern powertrain and the very old design, both inside and out.
The 300E is powered by an electric motor with 108hp and 285Nm and energy is stored in a 35,6 kWh battery pack, giving the car an NEDC range of 265km. This is on par with other Chinese electric cars. Dimensions are 4.535/1.735/1.470mm with a 2.610mm wheelbase and a curb weight of 1.445kg.
Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.
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