|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2- and 4-door sport wagon|
|Engine||Motor Single electric Power: 200 kW (268 hp)|
|Wheelbase||109.9 in (2792 mm)|
|Length||172.8 in (4390 mm)|
|Width||76.5 in (1944 mm)|
|Height||50.8 in (1290 mm)|
|Curb weight||GVWR 2,650 lb (1,200 kg)
3,400 lb (1,500 kg)
All electric vehicle
It is a four-passenger sport wagon, powered by a single 268-horsepower (200 kW) electric motor with a lithium-ion battery. It is a rear-powered sports car that seats four and can do 0-60 in 5.7 seconds. It can go 250 miles (400 km) between charges.
The series plug-in hybrid version has a 40 miles (64 km) only-electric range.
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