In a recently released report, Forbes has drawn attention to data which shows that the sales of electric vehicles (EVs) in China were the highest in the world during 2017.
In a move which will enable BMW to support the production of its new iX3 electric SUV, the German automaker has recently announced a new expansion of its battery factory in China.
According to a Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) prediction, 19% of all passenger vehicles sold in China will be electric vehicles (EVs) by the year 2025.
US electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors is planning a massive push in China, to benefit from the changes announced by the Chinese authorities with regard to electric vehicles.
According to a new Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, Chinese automaker Geely’s Volvo electric vehicles (EVs) are using Korean batteries which are being manufactured in China.
According to a recent Reuters report, US electric car maker Tesla Motors has registered a new electric car company -- called Tesla (Shanghai) Co Ltd -- in Shanghai, China.
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