“China is serious about pushing the adoption of new-energy vehicles, and no other country can compare with the subsidies that it’s giving out.”
Jun Seki, head of Nissan’s China business, has a target to gain 20% of EV sales in China for the Japanese company.
“It’s one thing to say that drivers can fuel an EV for only about 20 percent of the cost of a gasoline-powered car, or that EVs can cut the typical driver’s operating and maintenance costs by 1,200 dollars a year. But these are just numbers until people experience for themselves how much fun to drive these cars are.”
Amy Rein Worth of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), which is driving the ‘Experience Electric — The Better Ride’ campaign in California designed to get more people into EVs.
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