- First mass produced electric pickup truck made in China begin deliveries
- China wide sales network expanding
- Exports to begin over the course of 2023
Radar, the premium outdoor lifestyle brand from Geely Holding Group began deliveries of its flagship pure electric pick-up truck earlier this week at an event in Shenzhen.
The first owners of the pure electric Radar RD6 received their vehicles earlier this week at an event in Shenzhen. Further delivery events have been planned for users across the country over the course of February 2023.
Radar brand was established in 2022 for a new generation of global consumers who demand vehicles that are as sustainable as their adventures into nature. To date, Radar has established 52 stores and 24 experience centres that cover 50 cities across China.
The Radar RD6 electric pickup truck is the first mass market fully electric truck produced in China.
The RD6 comes with battery packs in 63kW (400km range), 86kW (550km range) and 100kW (632km range) options with rear wheel drive powered through a 200kW e-motor producing 384Nm of torque. All Radar models come with V2L capabilities with 220v outlets for powering external devices.
Radar Auto CEO, Dr. Ling Shi Quan said: “We are pleased to deliver the first Radar RD6 trucks to their users. So far the interest in the Radar brand and electric pick-up trucks has been immense. We hope to continue on this trajectory as we explore new markets both in China and the rest of the world.”
Radar is a fully capable independent brand with its own R&D facility in Hangzhou and a fully equipped EV production facility in Zibo, Shandong.