Arrivals in Australia of a new electric hatchback and hybrid SUV from China’s Great Wall Motors have hit a bump amid production delays.
Two new models from the Chinese car giant Great Wall Motors (GWM) – he pray electric car and tank 300 four-wheel drive hybrid – have been hit with a new round of delaysmissing the latest deadline for vehicles due in Australian showrooms.
Jeep Wrangler stylehybrid was initially slated for showroom arrival earlier this year, ahead of the – a VW Golf-sized electric hatchback – in April, but GWM Australia has reported that deliveries of both vehicles have not started.
Drive understands that customer deliveries of the Ora electric car will begin this month.
Meanwhile, the arrival time of the Tank 300 hybrid has not yet been set.
However Drive he understands that the first examples could arrive in local showrooms in the coming weeks, pending further delays.
The hybrid will be brought to showrooms by the petrol-only Tank 300, which is expected to arrive imminently ahead of customer deliveries sometime this month, though it was only announced for Australia this week, six months ago. after the hybrid’s pricing was released in December.
These are the latest in a series of delays for the Ora hatch and Tank 300,they were meant to release sometime in 2022.
For more details on GWM’s Ora and Tank vehicles, click the links below to read our previous coverage.