China’s electric cars are going places. The nation’s EV pioneer BYD has signed a deal with Rotterdam city in the Netherlands to deliver a fleet of e6 electric cars to the city that’s home to the largest port in Europe.

The Municipality of Rotterdam has intentions to purchase a range of electric cars for its test fleet of 75 vehicles, and the e6 will be part of this fleet, although the privately owned Chinese automaker (as opposed to state owned) did not reveal how many units it will deliver. Last year, BYD delivered a fleet of 50 e6 cars to a taxi company in its home city of Shenzhen.

The e6 is a five-seat crossover/MPV style vehicle with a claimed range of over 300 km. In its most powerful form, the e6 has a 215 hp front motor plus a 54 hp rear motor. Powered by BYD’s own Fe battery, the e6 does 0-100 km/h in 10 seconds and has a top speed of 140 km/h. Read more about it here.