With a video featuring the main characteristics
Russian automaker unveiled ‘Yo-mobile’ CNG-hybrid crossover technology
Yo-Auto, which is owned by millionaire Mikhail Prokhorov's Onexim Group and local truckmaker Yarovit, recently announced plans to build a larger CUV (crossover utility vehicle) that will feature an OnStar-style communications system that keeps the car in constant contact with dealers and service stations in case it is ever stranded, broken down, or in need of service.
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The new ‘Yo eCrossover’, pitched in a video from Yo-Auto, will offer Russian motorists more utility than the attractive Yo-mobile Coupe
, as well as an innovative system that can burn compressed natural gas or gasoline, reported Gas 2.0
Onexim and Yarovit already announced they will invest $200 million in the St. Petersburg factory and will be pricing the first vehicles at between $10,000 and $15,000. The second assembly line is expected to double annual capacity to 90,000 vehicles.
The new CUV will be able to travel more than 400 miles on a full tank. Moreover, thanks to its batteries it can be a source of electricity. Finally, its body is also eco-friendly, made of polypropylene, at end of life it is compacted and can represent 1/3 of a new body.