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18.01.2019 - 18:20

Byton looking for online sales and offline stores

Byton will open its first Byton Place in Shanghai on January 20, planned to expand to 30 locations by the end of the year. The Chinese electric car startup will use the physical stores to set up and expand its sales and service network.

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18.01.2019 - 16:48

BMW makes headway in securing BBA majority

The BMW Group is getting closer to achieving their plan of increasing their shares in the BMW Brilliance Automotive joint venture from 50% to 75%. A special meeting of Brilliance China Automotive Holdings (CBA) has agreed to the sale of another 25% of the venture to BMW.

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17.01.2019 - 15:55

China JV to operate national charging network

In China, state-owned energy providers and private companies have formed a joint venture called Xiongan Lianxing Network Technology, which is now the largest operator of charging stations and controls 80 percent of the country’s current 730,000 charging stations.

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17.01.2019 - 11:58

The end of ICEing

ICEing, the practice of blocking a charge spot by parking a gas guzzler in front of it, may seen its last days, at least in China. There, a Supercharger can only be accessed with a QR code supplied to Tesla drivers via WeChat, that then lowers the forbidding iron bar guard.

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16.01.2019 - 13:28

Faraday investor Evergrande buys 51% of NEVS

Chinese corporation Evergrande Health Industry Group – Faraday Future’s disputed investor – has made a major investment in Chinese-owned National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) formerly Saab. Evergrande acquired a majority of NEVS shares at 51 per cent for a price of 930 million US dollars.

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15.01.2019 - 17:19

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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13.01.2019 - 17:31

GM aims to make Cadillac lead EV brand

General Motors has now confirmed their plan to position Cadillac as the leading brand for the Group’s future electric models. The newly developed GM platform BEV3 is expected to be used by Cadillac starting in 2021.

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11.01.2019 - 17:33

More than $300 billion to flow into e-mobility

Car manufacturers plan to invest more than 300 billion dollars in electric mobility over the next five to ten years. This is the result of a Reuters analysis based on public company data. China accounts for around 45 percent of investment plans.

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11.01.2019 - 16:30

Honda producing next BEV for China

Honda plans to develop more than 20 electrified vehicle models for the Chinese market by 2025. Following the previously introduced battery-electric VE-1, this year another BEV designed with car-sharing services in mind will follow. Further details have not been announced yet.

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10.01.2019 - 15:01

Volkswagen ventures fast-charging network in China

Volkswagen apparently plans to set up a Chinese fast-charging network. A respective joint venture would see VW partner FAW and other local companies become part of the effort that is worth a starting capital of 1 billion yuan (around 130 million euros).

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07.01.2019 - 15:08

Byton presents pre-serial M-Byte with giant display

One year after the concept presentation of its first model, the Chinese electric car startup Byton, led by former BMW-i manager Carsten Breitfeld, follows up at the CES with the pre-series version of the electric SUV M-Byte, which is due to go into production this year.

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04.01.2019 - 13:36

Chinese startup Ucar takes over Borgward

The revitalized vehicle manufacturer Borgward has a new owner: The Chinese start-up Ucar will take over 67% of shares from the previous owner Foton. Now they will decide on the possible return of the car brand to Bremen.

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03.01.2019 - 14:53

GAC completes EV plant on new industrial park

Chinese vehicle manufacturer, Guangzhou Automobile Group, has completed construction on the EV plant at their new industrial park in their home city. In addition, the company’s subsidiary, GAC Motor, and Japanese supplier Aisin AW intend to establish a joint venture for drive modules at the park.

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03.01.2019 - 13:42

Model 3 production for Europe launched

According to CEO Elon Musk, Tesla will be producing significant numbers of the Model 3 for the European market starting this January and aiming to launch deliveries in February. China will also likely see the delivery start in the first quarter of the year, and the first photo of a Model 3 equipped with charging […]

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02.01.2019 - 16:01

Tesla hires Wilson-Thompson and Ellison for board

Tesla has hired the former Walgreens human resource head Kathleen Wilson-Thompson and the Oracle founder Larry Ellison as new independent directors to join their board of directors. Furthermore, Tesla has founded a leasing company in China, as well as having manufactured a total of more than 155,000 Model 3.

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02.01.2019 - 13:26

Geely & CATL found battery JV in China

The vehicle manufacturer Geely is founding a joint venture with the battery cell manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL). The joint venture will be called CATL Geely Power Battery and will launch with a starting fund of one billion Yuan (130 million euro) by the two partners.

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02.01.2019 - 12:22

China to cut short-range EV subsidies

The Chinese government has announced plans to lower many of their electric vehicle subsidies for the year 2019 by about 30% compared to the 2018 regulations, with the goal to completely end these subsidies in 2020. However, EVs with a range over 300 km will receive increased subsidies.

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20.12.2018 - 18:43

Panasonic to raise battery cell production in China by 80%

Panasonic aims to boost its lithium-ion battery cell production in China by up to 80% as Beijing’s loosening restrictions prompt foreign players to ride the wave of new-energy vehicles. Earlier this year we reported that Korea’s LG Chem was doing the same with their battery cell production in China.

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20.12.2018 - 13:07

Renault to expand in China with JMEV

Renault intends to acquire a “significant stake” in JMEV, the electric car subsidiary of the Chinese manufacturer Jiangling Motors Corporation Group (JMCG). The transaction is expected to close in the course of next year after review from the relevant authorities.

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17.12.2018 - 11:41

Nio premiers latest electric SUV ES6 in Shanghai

The Chinese electric car manufacturer Nio presents its second model. The new ES6 is an electric SUV as well, but more compact and affordable than the ES8. The ES6 will be available as a five-seater or seven-seater and in different performance versions.

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17.12.2018 - 10:12

Tesla lowers prices in China in line with tariffs

A recent drop in the import tariffs for cars from the U.S. (from 40% to 15%) prompted Tesla to reduce prices for some Model S and X electric cars in China. Tesla is thus “discounting” the Model S by 105,000 yuan (approx. 13,500 euros) and the Model X with up to 65,000 yuan (around 8,300 […]

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16.12.2018 - 15:07

XPeng kicks-off sales of Tesla-infused EV for €30,000

Xpeng, formerly known as Xiaopeng of China kicks-off sales of their debut EV G3 as planned. The electric SUV is said to take patented clues from Tesla but has a competitive base price of 227,800 yuan, that’s a little less than 30,000 euros – before subsidies.

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13.12.2018 - 18:35

Electric sports car Qiantu K50 to be made in USA

The Chinese carmaker Qiantu Motor has found a partner in the Californian electric vehicle manufacturer Mullen Technologies. They are to homologate, assemble and market the Qiantu K50 electric sports car, a sleek two seater with carbon elements, in North America.

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13.12.2018 - 14:45

All-electric car market share on the rise worldwide

The latest report on electric vehicle sales and innovation by the Center of Automotive Management (CAM) compares e-mobility markets worldwide. So far, the positive trend continues throughout 2018, with PEVs now having a global marketshare of 4.6%, almost double from what it was in 2017. Two countries are the main drivers behind this development, with […]

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11.12.2018 - 16:47

Hyundai goes full steam ahead on fuel cell systems

The Hyundai Motor Group has presented the roadmap for its “FCEV Vision 2030”. And the roadmap is ambitious: Hyundai and Kia plan to increase their annual production capacity for fuel cell systems from what is currently 3,000 units, up to a whopping 700,000 units by 2030.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2018/12/10/gacs-aion-s-e-limosine-gets-a-nidec-electric-axel/
10.12.2018 15:27