Geometry EX3

Geely’s Geometry EX3 is one of the most affordable Electric Vehicles (EV) in China. It’s the latest addition to the Chinese automaker’s pure electric brand, Geometry. Notably, the EX3 was designed to be readily able for charging by plugging into a normal household 220V socket. 

Geometry EX3 exterior quarter rear

In terms of size, the Geometry EX3 is larger than some of its other competitors in China its dimensions are close to the Kia Stonic. Specifically, the small EV measures 4,005 mm long, 1,760 mm wide, and 1,575 mm tall, with a 2,480 mm wheelbase. As for exterior styling, the EX3 is clean and straightforward, it’s not as intricate or futuristic as some of the other Geely models such as the Coolray and Azkarra, though it still has some notable design cues such as the swept-back headlamps along with its horizontal slats on the grille.

2022 Geometry EX3 interior dashboard

Inside, the Geometry EX3 features a modern and well-appointed cabin that is treated with a two-tone black and blue colorway accentuated further with touches of white, gray, and yellow-green. It also goes in line with the other Geely models when it comes to material quality, with the EX3 having a fair share of soft-touch materials throughout the cabin. 

2022 Geometry EX3 interior infotainment system

Notable features include a 10.5-inch LC instrument panel and an 8-inch floating-type infotainment system that supports Geely’s G-Link system. This gives drivers access to mobile device mirroring, native QQ music, Autonavi navigation, voice control, and in-car Wi-Fi. Like all Geely vehicles, this EV also does not come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Power is sourced from a 37.23kWh battery, the Chinese automaker claims that it can do 322km of range. It is charged through regenerative braking or by plugging the vehicle into a standard 220V socket. Plus, high-speed DC charging is also supported, allowing it to recharge from zero to 80% in less than 30 minutes. 

Converting its 59,700 Yuan value to peso currency would be equivalent to P470,000. Perhaps, this should be a good model to bring to the Philippines don’t you think? Allowing the brand to give Filipinos more affordable access to having that EV experience.

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