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Chinese Internet company makes surprise appearance as electric carmaker


A Beijing-based Internet and mobile-video company, called Leshi Internet Information & Technology Co., has announced it’s prepared to start developing and producing electric cars for sale in China. The world’s largest auto market has been fighting severe pollution recently and the government aims to support the local introduction of alternative means of transportation, such as eco-friendly battery-operated electric cars. The new ...
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Report – Audi plans more electric models
According to people with knowledge of the matter, if the electric segment becomes more interesting to customers, Audi has already sketched up a big line of performance electric cars that ...
BMW and Tesla officials discussed the future of electric autos
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You probably don’t think first about true performance when it comes to electric vehicles, as problems like range, distance between charging stations and price comes up first. But then again, ...
Electric cars: Driving range can be nearly 60 pct lower in extreme cold
According to a study from AAA Automotive Research Center in Southern California, your electric vehicle can suffer a lot from extreme temperatures – but not only extreme cold. AAA reports that in ...
BMW plans to build 100,000 electric cars a year by 2020
BMW, the largest premium carmaker in the world plans to build 100,000 electric vehicles a year, chairman of the board of management for BMW AG Norbert Reithofer said while announcing ...
South Korea’s first EV show sees Hyundai skipping it
While the automaker is the biggest in the country and an early adopter of electric cars that draw their power from fuel cells, it decided to opt out of being ...
China: Beijing license plate lottery sees few electric cars
Although choked with smog and pollution and with increasing worrying authorities, Chinese auto customers seem to prefer the lottery gamble – opting out of owning an electric car. According to a ...
Report – Bollore and Renault will team up for electric cars
According to a report by French newspaper LeFigaro, the French carmaker Renault and industrial holding group Bollore will partner in order to boost the presence on the electric car market. Renault, ...

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