Voyah FREE deliveries will soon start in Norway, as the automaker already shipped the first batch of 500 electric vehicles.
Voyah announced that the first batch of 500 FREE EVs are on their way to Norway. Deliveries will hopefully start in late November. Chinese brand first confirmed its European expansion in February 2022 and later opened a showroom in Oslo, Norway.
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Voyah is a EV-only brand owned by China’s one of the largest automakers Dongfeng Motor. Its first vehicle is called Voyah FREE, a mid-range electric SUV that has both a range extender and a fully-electric version.
FREE EV comes with a dual motor AWD powetrain, which is capable of producing 490 HP, 720 Nm of torque, and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds. 2022 version of this vehicle has a huge 106-kWh battery pack and a CLTC range rating of 631 kilometers.
The electric SUV will be first launched in Norway. Norwegian customers has been pre-ordering Voyah vehicles since June. More Voyah showrooms will appear throughout Norway in the next couple of months.
The second Voyah EV is coming in 2023
Voyah is planning to enter more countries next year, as FREE EV cleared Europe’s whole vehicle type approval certification earlier. According to Chinese media, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands launches are all but confirmed. EV maker will also start selling vehicles in Middle-Eastern country Israel, where Chinese brands attract huge demand.
The automaker’s second vehicle is also coming to Europe next year. Voyah Dreamer is a 7-seater luxury electric MPV. This model has also an EREV version with a range extender petrol engine. Fully-electric Dreamer can travel up to 605 kilometers, thanks to a 108.7-kWh battery pack option.