Video: Ora Good Cat review – Can the cheapest EV in Malaysia actually be good?

EVs are a dime a dozen these days, but the Ora Good Cat is one of them that stands out, thanks to its unique design and attractive starting price of RM 139,800. Even the name of the car is unusual and unique enough to make people curious about the car. While the car has been out for a while now, we finally have time to review it for you (Yes, the Ora Good Cat is no longer the cheapest EV in Malaysia. This review was filmed before the launch of the Neta V).

As mentioned above, the most unique part of the Ora Good Cat must be its exterior. Styled literally like a cat, the Good Cat features feminine curves all around the car, reminding us of cars like the Volkswagen Beetle. The LED headlights are also rounded and shaped like a cat’s eye, making the car fit the ‘Good Cat’ name even more.

At the rear, the Ora Good Cat features a unique tail light design for its price range, making it a unique buy that won’t break the bank. However, don’t let its size fool you as it is actually bigger than you might think. Details are in our video review, so watch on to find out!

Inside the Good Cat features a modern interior that also looks luxurious. Featuring a 7-inch digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display, the Good Cat also comes with features such as a 6-way powered driver seat, leather upholstery, and a wireless mobile phone charging pad.

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Powering the Good Cat is a single electric motor that is capable of pushing out 143 hp and 210 Nm of torque. The 0-100 km/h sprint can be done in 7.9 seconds.

This all makes the Ora Good Cat sound like a great deal. But is it also a good cat when it comes to its range, safety features, interior quality, charging performance, and the way it drives? Because there’s no perfect car in this world right? Watch our Ora Good Cat video review to find out.

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