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BYD's Affordable Electric Car is Called the Dolphin


Is The $30,000 Dolphin Electric Car the Vehicle You've Been Waiting For?





The world of electric vehicles is constantly evolving, with new models being released every year. One brand that's been making waves in the industry is BYD, which recently debuted its Dolphin EV in Australia at a price point that will turn heads. In this blog post, we'll look at the Dolphin electric car and why it's such an exciting addition to the market.





The first thing you'll notice about the Dolphin is its affordability. At under $39,000 AUD (approx. $26,000 USD), this hatchback is significantly cheaper than many other EV models on the market — and for specific models, the difference is in the thousands of dollars. For anyone hesitant to jump on the EV bandwagon due to cost, the Dolphin might change your mind.


But affordability doesn't mean you have to sacrifice features. The Dolphin has all the high-tech bells and whistles you'd expect from a modern EV. There are four trim levels (Active, Boost, Comfort, and Design), and you will find more to like at each level. You will find one such feature in all trims: the 12.8" dash display and its ability to adjust to landscape or portrait mode.





You will find adaptive cruise control, cross-traffic alert, blind spot detection, and lane-keeping assistance in all trims. BYD has also made vegan leather a standard feature in its Dolphin.





For example, the front and rear light designs were inspired by dolphins jumping out of the water, giving the car a unique and playful look.




The interior designs also incorporate dolphin motifs, with the center console resembling the body of the aquatic mammal.





The rear seating is ample, with plenty of legroom for tall passengers. The cupholder resembles a dolphin reaching out for a fish.





Another notable feature of the Dolphin is its range. According to BYD's website, the car can travel up City/Highway to 415 kilometers (258 miles) on a single charge — more than enough for most daily commutes. It also boasts a top speed of 150 km/h (93 mph) and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.9 seconds. All of this is made possible by the Dolphin's powerful Blade lithium iron phosphate battery, which BYD says is one of the safest and most reliable on the market. You can read more about it here:



Of course, discussing electric cars would only be complete by mentioning their environmental benefits. The Dolphin emits zero tailpipe emissions, meaning it's a greener choice than gas-powered vehicles. With more and more countries committing to net-zero emissions goals in the coming decades, EVs like the Dolphin are likely to become even more popular.


Conclusion:

With its affordability, range, and high-tech features, the Dolphin is a compelling option for anyone in the market for an electric car. BYD has proven that EVs don't have to cost an arm and a leg, and with the company's commitment to sustainability, you can feel good about your purchase. We're excited to see how the Dolphin performs on Australian roads and beyond, and we're hopeful that it'll help more people switch to electric.

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