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A Chinese company has entered the Irish electric car market with low-cost car

DUBLIN: Leading Chinese car manufacturer BYD has launched electric car sales in Ireland. The BYD, which has created a significant push for electric vehicles, is likely to make it more difficult for other companies to enter the Irish market.

MDL’s first BYD car to be imported into Ireland later this year will be the Atto, a compact family SUV that received five stars in the EuroNCAP crash testing programme. It is roughly the same size as the MG ZS electric car and the Volkswagen ID 4. Although it is rarely seen in Ireland, the Atto has a positive reputation in Australia and New Zealand.

In Australia and New Zealand, Atto uses two batteries, 48 KW and 60 KW. Reviews also say that it gets the mileage of 420 km claimed by the company.

EV’s & Beyond said the car was a big challenger to the Tesla model in New Zealand due to the quality of the seating, the size of the infotainment screen, and the sound quality of the Bluetooth. This car also has good model styling patterns.

The Royal Automobile Club of Victoria claims that the BYD atto 3 will prove how important Chinese car companies are to the electric vehicle industry in the coming decades.

Although the exact price is unknown, reports indicate that it will be close to the budget price. It is likely to be accompanied by the MG ZS, priced at €32,000.

The warranty of the car is six-year/150,000km coverage . The company provides a battery warranty of up to eight years.

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