Beijing WKW Automotive Parts invests in Chinese factory
The Chinese owned joint venture Beijing WKW Automotive parts has announced their intention to invest about 2.5 billion dollars (16 billion yuan) into a new energy car project. WKW plans to set up a production base in the port city of Qinhuangdao, in the northeastern Hebei province.
Audi e-tron price & GT version announced
The Audi e-tron, the first fully electric serial model by the German car manufacturer, will be available as of end of this year starting at 80,000 euros. Furthermore, the car manufacturer announced a Gran Turismo version of the car, also fitted with a purely electric motor. Both revelations were announced by chief executive Rupert Stadler […]
GreenWay Polska to high power charge Poland
GreenWay Polska has signed an agreement with Gdańsk Transport Company to place ultra-fast charging stations with up to 350 kW along the A1 highway in Poland. The charge stops will become part of the GreenWay network starting in early 2019.
Munich buys 40 new electric buses
The Bavarian capital has announced plans that the city is purchasing 40 electric buses for the Munich transport authority (MVG) to use in public transport. The first step will see 8 buses to create the first all-electric public transport line in the city.
Brussels orders 90 hybrid buses from Volvo
Volvo has received an order from the Belgian capital to deliver 90 hybrid buses, with most due to arrive this year. Brussels has recently raised the fine dust alarm and is increasingly cleaning its act through actions such as this.
Tesla Model 3 in Berlin
A video has surfaced showing a Tesla Model 3 driving around Germany’s capital. The red license plate from the Bavarian Pfaffenhofen suggests, that it is likely owned by Audi or BMW though.