The Xpeng G3 is already on sale in Spain: Quite competitive

The Xpeng G3 is already on sale in Spain: Quite competitive


After several weeks on sale in Norway, the Xpeng G3 lands on Spanish soil with the intention of carving out a niche among the electric compact size at a good price. It stands out for its standard equipment and a fairly reasonable rate considering everything it offers.

The motorization it uses the Xpeng G3 is 100% electric with 197 hp of power and a maximum torque of 300 Nm that is combined with an automatic transmission and the simple traction system to the front axle. It reaches 170 km / h of maximum speed and goes from 0 to 100 km / h in 8.6 seconds.

The Xpeng G3 is already on sale in Spain: Quite competitive

The lithium-ion battery has a capacity of 66 kWh, a figure that is more than interesting for many users to achieve a 451 km range of use according to the WLTP homologation cycle. The recharging times are variable depending on the power of the station but in 51 minutes it can go from 20 to 80%.

The safety equipment includes the Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Pre-Collision Warning, Signal Reader, Blind Spot Detector, 360º vision system, front and rear parking sensors, open door warning with automatic braking, etc.

The Xpeng G3 is already on sale in Spain: Quite competitive

Also standard are LED headlights, 15.6-inch touchscreen, configurable digital instrumentation, alloy wheels, navigator, DAB radio, Apple CarPlay, automatic gate, keyless access and start, wireless mobile charger, air purifier, climate control, heated seats (front and rear), etc.

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The new Xpeng G3 has a very interesting launch price that has been set at € 36,990, a fairly reasonable cost considering everything it offers. Those interested in this vehicle can contact the Malaga company New Energy Mobility, which is in charge of marketing it. In addition to the Costa del Sol, currently have a store in Madrid, Bilbao and Lisbon, and they will soon reach more cities.

[Fotos: Xpeng  Noruega]

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