America’s Most Affordable Electric Cars Become Even Cheaper


Several days ahead of the official launch of the Kandi K27 and K23 electric vehicles in the U.S. (scheduled for August 18), the company has announced a special promotion to make the offer more affordable.

For the first 1,000 buyers (separately counted for both models we guess), the starting price will be noticeably lower:

  • K27: $9,999 ($3,000 below the initial price of $12,999)
  • K23: $19,999 ($2,500 below the initial price of $22,499)

* Both prices are after the $7,500 federal tax credits.

Kandi K23

Kandi K23

Kandi K27

Kandi K27

Without the tax credit, the price is $17,499 and $27,499, which in our opinion is still a lot when compared to entry-level electric cars.

Anyway, those who are interested in the cheapest EV can trigger a pre-order with a fully-refundable $100 deposit and wait for more details. Remember, however, that the “initial focus” is on the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Texas. Deliveries to start in Q4.

A piece of separate news is that the Kandi K27 and K23 EVs will be serviced nationwide by the Wrench, a mobile vehicle maintenance and repair solution.

If you are interested to see how the K23 drives, here is a presentation on a company’s channel:



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