Over in Thailand, the Ora Good Cat is leading the year-to-date sales chart of fully-electric vehicles with 2,965 cars sold from January to September 2022. In September alone, 450 units of the Ora Good Cat were sold in the land of smiles.
Over in Malaysia, the Ora Good Cat is available for rent by certain car rental companies, but the official price of the car has not yet been announced. In Thailand, the Ora Good Cat is offered in several variants that include the “400km Tech”, “400km Pro”, and “500km Ultra”. Prices of the Ora Good Cat start at 763,000 baht (approx. RM 93,391). In the “500km Ultra” guise, the Ora Good Cat has a reported NEDC range of 500 km.
There is also the Ora Good Cat GT which is a souped-up version of the regular Ora Good Cat that makes 171 hp and 250 Nm, over the regular 145 hp and 210 Nm. The Ora Good Cat GT fetches a price of 1,286,00 baht (approx. RM 157,406).
Following behind the Ora Good Cat in terms of year-to-date sales numbers in Thailand (January to September) is the MG EP with 1,764 units, the the MG ZS EV with 228 units, the Nissan Leaf with 135 units, and the Neta V with 24 units, as reported by Thailand’s Headlight Magazine. The Ora Good Cat has a year-to-date market share of 57.95%.
As for the month of September, the MG EP leads the sales chart with a total of 648 units. Its is followed by the Ora Good Cat with 450 units, the MG ZS EV with 150 units, the Neta V with 24 units, and the Nissan Leaf with 0 units.
With the Ora Good Cat not yet fully ready for the Malaysian market, the most affordable electric car for Malaysians is the Hyundai Kona Electric e-lite that retails at RM 156,538. The Ora Good Cat’s price is estimated to be around RM 14X,XXX.