2023 BYD Dolphin – exclusive reader test team preview
Join What Car? for an exclusive preview of the new BYD Dolphin small electric car and test drive the new Atto 3 electric SUV...
We're offering What Car? readers the opportunity to attend an exclusive preview of the new BYD Dolphin fully electric hatchback on Tuesday, 16 May at Stratstone BYD showroom in Milton Keynes.
The Dolphin is the second model to be launched by BYD in the UK, following on from the larger BYD Atto 3 electric SUV. It’s a rival to the Peugeot e-208 and the Vauxhall Corsa Electric but its starting price is expected to be lower, at £26,500.
The official range is likely to be up to 265 miles between charges and the 201bhp version can sprint to 60mph from rest in just seven seconds. On the inside, it has a plush interior with a 12.8in central touchscreen that rotates between landscape and portrait.
Join What Car? to get a detailed look in and around the new car and chat with product experts from BYD before being interviewed for our magazine and website. Once you've seen the Dolphin, you'll be able to take a test drive in the Atto 3.
If you're interested in taking part in our exclusive event and being one of the first people to see this exciting new model close up, we’d love to hear from you. After the event, your comments and photo will appear online on whatcar.com and in What Car? magazine.
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