Jan 13, 2017 - 09:13 am

China, USA.

Reading tip I: Ever wonder why China has so many nationally produced EVs? This article sheds some light on how relatively cheap and locally produced models manage to dominate the international EV marked and steal big OEMs and their expensive cars the show.

Reading tip II: At this point, no less than ten U.S. states are asking drivers of electric and plug-in hybrids (and in two cases, pure hybrids) to open their wallets and to pay additional fees. The money is said to make up for lost petrol-tax revenues.


Found on electrive.com
13.01.2017 09:14