The range is probably enough for basic needs, but we would expect better efficiency.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has listed official range and efficiency numbers for the all-electric Kandi K27. The results are in line with the estimations.
The K27 is expected to go 59 miles (95 km), according to the combined rating, but in the city, it should get slightly more range - over 64 mi (103 km).
Anyway, if the Kandi K27 will really enter the market, it will be not only the most affordable EV (especially after the $7,500 federal tax credit and state incentives), but also the one with the lowest range - half of the MINI Cooper SE (110 miles).
The combined energy consumption of the K27 stands at roughly 296 Wh/mi (184 Wh/km), not too efficient compared to what it offers to be honest (barely above Kia Niro EV - 301 Wh/mi).
|2021 Kandi K27 :: EPA Range rating by InsideEVs
[Electric Vehicle 5-cycle label]
|59 mi (95 km)
64.33 mi (103.5 km)
51.57 mi (83 km)
|EPA Energy consumption (including charging losses):|
|114 MPGe: 296 Wh/mi (184 Wh/km)
127 MPGe: 265 Wh/mi (165 Wh/km)
102 MPGe: 330 Wh/mi (205 Wh/km)
Gallery: Kandi K27
Kandi K27 specs:
- 59 miles (95 km) of EPA range, compared to initially stated 100 miles (161 km)
EPA energy consumption (including charging losses):
combined: 114 MPGe - 296 Wh/mi (184 Wh/km)
city: 102 MPGe - 330 Wh/mi (205 Wh/km)
highway: 127 MPGe - 265 Wh/mi (165 Wh/km)
- 17.69 kWh battery
- top speed of 101 km/h (63 mph)
- front-wheel drive
- peak system output of 45 kW
- AC charging (on-board): 7 Hours (240V/16A)
- Dimension: Length 136.22”, Width 57.87”, Height 63.58”, Wheelbase 96.65”
- weight of 2,271 lbs (1,030 kg)
- 4 seat