ORA Funky Cat review

Category: Small Electric

Section: Introduction

ORA Funky Cat front right tracking
  • ORA Funky Cat front right tracking
  • ORA Funky Cat rear left static
  • ORA Funky Cat interior dashboard
  • ORA Funky Cat interior rear seats
  • ORA Funky Cat interior infotainment
  • ORA Funky Cat front left static
  • ORA Funky Cat front right static
  • ORA Funky Cat nose detail
  • ORA Funky Cat headlight detail
  • ORA Funky Cat wheel detail
  • ORA Funky Cat charging socket
  • ORA Funky Cat interior detail
  • ORA Funky Cat interior detail
  • ORA Funky Cat interior detail
  • ORA Funky Cat boot open
  • ORA Funky Cat front right tracking
  • ORA Funky Cat rear left static
  • ORA Funky Cat interior dashboard
  • ORA Funky Cat interior rear seats
  • ORA Funky Cat interior infotainment
  • ORA Funky Cat front left static
  • ORA Funky Cat front right static
  • ORA Funky Cat nose detail
  • ORA Funky Cat headlight detail
  • ORA Funky Cat wheel detail
  • ORA Funky Cat charging socket
  • ORA Funky Cat interior detail
  • ORA Funky Cat interior detail
  • ORA Funky Cat interior detail
  • ORA Funky Cat boot open
What Car?’s ORA FUNKY CAT deals
New car deals
Target Price from £31,995
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Introduction

What Car? says...

A strange name should be no barrier to success – or at least that’s what the ORA Funky Cat will be hoping. This new electric hatchback is aiming to take on the best small electric cars out there with a name that's comfortably more bizarre than any other.

Let’s explain what it all means. ORA is a sub-brand of Chinese automotive giant Great Wall Motors (GWM), which specialises in electric vehicles (EVs). And the ‘Funky Cat’ bit? Well, it’s based on a car sold in China as the Good Cat. The ‘Funky’ moniker was selected for the version being sold in the UK.

FAQs

  • Yes. In China, the car is known as the Good Cat but in the UK and the rest of Europe it’s known as the Funky Cat. Read more here

  • Ora has various agreements in place with retailers in the UK, so you’ll be able to go to some showrooms to test drive the car and buy it. Read more here

  • Order books are already open, with prices starting at £31,995 for the First Edition model. Read more here

  • Technically, yes, and the Ora Funky Cat isn’t the only Chinese car you can buy in the UK. MG is owned by a Chinese company and the UK cars are built in China, too. Read more here

At a glance
New car deals
Target Price from £31,995
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RRP price range £31,995 - £31,995
Number of trims (see all)1
Number of engines (see all)1
Available fuel types (which is best for you?)electric
Available doors options 5
Warranty 5 years / No mileage cap
Company car tax at 20% (min/max) £64 / £64
Company car tax at 40% (min/max) £128 / £128
Available colours