Kaip yaustumėtės iševėdi iš prekybos centro kippilė breads, kiaušinės ir elektromobilį? No, it’s not a joke with advertising tricks. The well-known retail chain “Lidl” exclusively in Germany offers its customers the opportunity to buy or rent a Chinese electric car “Elaris”. True, it does not happen in the store. In order to purchase an electric vehicle, the customer must place an order for the vehicle through the official “Lidl” program plus.
Elaris Finn © Alexander Migl (CC BY-SA 4.0) | commons.wikimedia.org
“Elaris Finn” will have to pay almost 13 thousand euros. However, Lidl allows you to rent the above model for €222/month. It is true that there are additional conditions – the upper limit is 10,000 km, and the customer who exceeds it will pay from €0.19 to €0.39 per additional kilometer.
The electric 48-horsepower “Elaris Finn” is manufactured in China and is 2871 mm long, 1563 mm wide and 1568 mm high. Their 32 kWh battery gives it a range of 300 kilometers between charges, and the maximum speed is 115 km/h. The ends of the 30 kW charging stations are charged to 100% in “Elaris Finn” in less than an hour. “Elaris Finn” is cheap and modest, but it has air conditioning, cruise control, LED headlights and a navigation system.
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