The GWM Ora has recently been given a price cut following reports that the cost to produce the EV has decreased.
As of the start of July, Kiwis can now pick up the entry-level Ora Standard from $47,990, while the Extended Range’s price has been dropped to $52,990 and the GT to $58,990.
All models are eligible for full rebates under the New Zealand Government’s Clean Car Programme which sees $7015 get knocked off the price tag.
That means an Ora Standard will effectively cost $40,975 which rivals that of the incoming MG4 that starts from just under $40k once the full rebate has been applied.
GWM plans to introduce a new Ora Ultra variant to its lineup “soon” that will slot in between the Extended Range and the GT. Pricing for this model will start from $55,990.
As reported by EVs & Beyond, the price cuts are thanks to lower battery material costs as well as a range of other factors.
Similar price reductions of the Ora have recently taken place in Australia, with more models now beginning to reach dealerships across the ditch.