Tag: BJEV

Sep 17, 2019 - 05:08 pm

BJEV plans to build 3,000 battery swapping stations

BJEV, the electric car subsidiary of the Chinese manufacturer BAIC, plans to invest ten billion yuan (1.28 billion euros) in the construction of 3,000 battery changing stations. According to BJEV President Ma Fanglie, the goal is to supply half a million electric vehicles with fresh batteries by the end of 2022.

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Aug 8, 2019 - 04:01 pm

Daimler & BAIC to develop second-life battery systems

Daimler subsidiary Mercedes-Benz Energy and BAIC subsidiary Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV) have entered into a development partnership for Second Life battery storage systems in China. The partners intend to jointly build the first second-life energy storage system at their Beijing location.

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Jul 25, 2019 - 01:35 pm

China: Magna & BAIC to cooperate on EV production

Magna and BAIC have officially signed a framework agreement with the government of the Chinese city of Zhenjiang for the production of electric vehicles. The joint venture, led by BJEV, BAIC’s electric car subsidiary, is Magna’s first investment in a complete vehicle production site outside Europe.

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Jul 23, 2019 - 01:18 pm

BAIC buys 5% of Daimler

Following Geely, BAIC is now also joining Daimler. The BAIC Group has acquired a stake of around five per cent in Daimler AG, according to the German automotive group. Daimler and BAIC have a long-standing strategic partnership.

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May 22, 2019 - 11:43 am

A small electric car or a very roomy handbag?

How about an electric car made to look like a handbag? That’s what BAIC BJEV has come up with for its launch edition EV released on China’s ‘Internet Valentine’s Day’ on May 20. While they’ve made some questionable style choices, other features seem rather fun.

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Mar 13, 2019 - 01:31 pm

Arcfox presents three models in Geneva

At the Geneva Motor Show, Arcfox, a BAIC BJEV brand, unveiled three new vehicles. The new models retain the features of the Arcfox GT and are certified by the European trade association.

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Jan 15, 2019 - 05:07 pm

Magna and BJEV open development centre in China

Magna is to cooperate with Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV), which is the electric car subsidiary of the Chinese car manufacturer BAIC. The joint venture will open a development centre in Zhenjiang and operate under the name Magna Blue Sky NEV Technology (Zhenjiang).

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Aug 6, 2018 - 03:49 pm

Daimler to make electric Smart cars in China?

Daimler is in talks with Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV), a unit of its Chinese partner Beijing Automotive Group to start building the electric Smart in China. The information was revealed by sources close to the matter but yet awaits official confirmation.

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Jul 8, 2018 - 02:50 pm

China: Beijing Electric Vehicle bets on battery-swap

BJEV is launching a battery-swap service to get ahead in China’s competitive market. They will install the first 100 battery changing station in Beijing this year as an add on to their EV300 model. Moreover, this symbolises a comeback of battery swapping only this time with more refined business models.

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Jun 18, 2018 - 03:10 pm

Magna expanding electric car production to China

Magna is en route to make it big in China as the supplier is preparing the launch of two joint ventures with BAIC. Together they want to develop new energy vehicles and Magna stands ready to take over an existing BAIC facility that builds 180,000 EVs a year.

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Apr 26, 2018 - 01:55 pm

Singulato & BJEV bundle R&D resources in China

The Chinese e-mobility startup Singulato Motors is cooperating with the BAIC subsidiary Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV) to develop EVs and PHEVs. The partners aim to develop vehicle technology, charging solutions and distribution networks.

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Mar 1, 2018 - 12:50 pm

BJEV setting up subsidiary to produce electric powertrains

The BAIC subsidiary Beijing Electic Vehicle (BJEV) is planning to found another subsidiary to produce electric powertrains for their vehicles, which will be named the Blue Valley Power Company. The initial step of the new power company will be to set up an annual production capacity of 100,000 electric vehicle driving system sets.

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Feb 12, 2018 - 06:55 pm

EV sales in China up 480% this January YOY

Electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle sales in China have increased by 480 percent this January compared to the same month last year. The majority of the new energy vehicles that got a license plate were all-electric cars, according to CAAM.

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Jan 23, 2018 - 11:37 am

BAIC affiliate BJEV to list on Shanghai’s stock exchange

BJEV will be the first state-owned electric car brand to gain a stock market listing, valuing it at around 4.5bn dollars. But first, the EV brand shall be acquired by another BAIC company, the publicly traded Chengdu Qian Feng Electronics to complete a stock sale and asset-swap deal.

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Aug 17, 2017 - 08:04 am

StreetScooter, EU Quota, BJEV, Chery, Nikola, FF

The post van is here: Deutsche Post DHL and Ford have officially launched the StreetScooter Work XL. Its base is the Ford Transit equipped with a custom-made electric drive and chassis so that the post also likes to call it their own personal ‘e-van’. Being essentially bigger than even the latest StreetScooter Work L, it features a modular battery system delivering 30 kWh to 90 kWh for a range of between 80 km and 200 km. A pre-series of 150 pieces is to see the light of the day before the year’s end, followed by another 2,500 units in 2018. While the e-vans will first be utilised by DHL, the firm said it may sell to third parties and also showed approval of partner Ford, with who it may cooperate further in the future. On top, a second StreetScooter facility is planned with the location to be specified next month.
dpdhl.com (Work XL), electriccarsreport.com (spec), reuters.com (further cooperation, new facility)

EU sales quota for PEV likely: Despite denial from Brussels, diplomats and sources close to the issue say an EV sales quota is “increasingly likely” and may come as soon as 2025 or 2030. The German Ministry for the Environment even went on public record saying it expects such a proposal by the EU Commission by autumn. Clearly, the climate among EU officials has heated up and calls for enforceable targets as well as constructive cooperation from carmakers are becoming ever louder. A minimum fleet quota would likely include plug-in hybrids not just EVs though and the EU said it is committed to technological neutrality in general.
climatechangenews.com, reuters.com (German Ministry of Environment)

1.7bn for EV development: BAIC’s subsidiary Beijing Electric Vehicle (BJEV) that specialises in EVs only has gathered 1.67 billion dollars in its latest round of financing. The money will be used to come up with the new models while expanding production capacities. Reportedly, Daimler holds a minority stake of BJEV since this June.
autonews.gasgoo.com

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Nikola goes off-road: As its fuel cell truck is open for reservation already, Nikola Motors is looking to catch new customers with a quad dubbed UTV, for utility “task” or “terrain” vehicle, or Nikola Zero officially. It sits four under the roll cage and boasts four motors, one in each wheel. The battery comes in three versions, 75, 100, and 125 kWh. Prices shall start at 35,000 dollars with reservations taken from January 2018 through a new Nikola unit called Nikola Powersports.
trucks.com, cloudfront.net (spec, pdf)

Chery seeks to charm the European market with the introduction of a plug-in family and some simply hybrid cousins. The first model to hit our shores will be a compact SUV due to debut at the IAA. Furthermore, the Chinese firm wants to set up distribution as well as an R&D centre in Europe.
automotiveworld.com

FF to quit FE? Rumour has it that Faraday Future will leave the electric racing series due to its on-going financial difficulties, The Verge reports. A final decision has yet to be made but could mean a premature end for a manufacturer that only entered the Formula E last year as Dragon Racing’s technical partner.
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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2019/09/17/bjev-plans-to-build-3000-battery-swapping-stations/
17.09.2019 17:50