Shanghai (Gazgu) – Rising Auto, a SAIC Motor brand focused on mid-range and high-end (EV) electric vehicles, announced last Friday a plan to raise prices for some models due to factors such as rising raw material prices, the second round. the price adjustment he has started so far this year.

MARVEL R; photo: Rising Auto

According to Rising Auto, the estimated prices for the two existing models, MARVEL R and ER6, will be increased by 3,000 yuan ($ 470) to 10,000 yuan ($ 1,570). The price change will take effect on May 1, 2022.

The automaker also noted that users who pay deposits through certain payment channels, such as the mobile app and Rising Auto Experience Centers, until May 1 will not be affected by the upcoming price increase.

Against the background of a previous price adjustment published in February, the MARVEL R price range was changed to 219,800-261,800 yuan ($ 34,560-41,160) from 219,800-259,800 yuan ($ 34,560-40,850), including while prices on the ER6 line have been raised. From 1,000 yuan ($ 160) to 156,800-201 800 yuan ($ 24,650-31,730).

In addition to Rising Auto, Chinese reputable NEV brands such as NIO, ARCFOX, ZEEKR and VOYAH also unveiled their plans to raise prices in April. Instead of implementing the scheme immediately, they all gave a grace period to consumers.

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