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[YesAuto News] Recently, there is more than one electric car on the topic of hot topic-Wuling Hongguang MINIEV, once again on the hot search list, although this car itself is very popular.

Hongguang MINIEV, which appeared in the media headlines again, was not because of a brake failure or someone pulling a banner on its roof, but because of a recent news: Hongguang MINIEV is restricted from applying for a Shanghai license. The reason is that there are rumors that Shanghai may introduce new policies in the near future, which will impose restrictions on vehicle prices and vehicle sizes, such as the price of vehicles not less than 100,000 yuan, or the length of vehicles not less than 4.6 Meters and so on.

“Didn't you say that Wuling will build what the people need?” The news came out, and netizens were anxious. How to make Hongguang MINIEV meet the regulations? How to get this “national car” on the license normally? So netizens gave many interesting solutions by making renderings.

But I think these are not extreme enough.

As a car editor with Internet sensitivity (hot spot), I have also made a Wuling Hongguang MINIEV that “can be registered” according to the current situation, or you can call him “Hongguang HUGEEV”. The limousine version of Hongguang MINIEV should be long enough, right? Not to mention the green card, the yellow card on this car shouldn't be a problem.

Of course, this is just a joke, and there is no official conclusion on the matter of “whether electric vehicles below 4.6 meters can have a new energy license in Shanghai”. However, it is worth mentioning that the continuous development of my country's automobile market will inevitably bring more and more innovative products like Hongguang MINIEV. Therefore, continuous improvement and development of laws and regulations to adapt to market changes may be the correct treatment. Method, perhaps Japan’s K-Car policy is a good sample for Hongguang MINIEV, what do you think?