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Browsing the "China NEV mandate" Tag

Chinese EV Mandate & Rebadged EVs — Case Study

July 4th, 2019 | by Tim Dixon

If you are an observer of the Chinese EV market, you might have noticed a number of large automakers making big commitments to EV production in China, and new models being quickly released into the Chinese market. Let's look at the Chinese EV mandate to understand why and then use a case study of the SOL e20x to understand how this is being done


China EV Forecast: 50% EV Market Share by 2025 — Part 3, Ramping Production

February 24th, 2019 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

China is charging full speed ahead into electric vehicles, on track to sell over 2 million electric vehicles this year, from 1.1 million in 2018. The rapid growth has been driven partly by policy, but increasingly by consumer demand. In the 3rd and final part of this series (check out part one and part two, if you missed them), we look at the ramp up in EV production and battery supply. Will production capacity be able to keep pace with the rapid growth in EV demand


China Flexes Its Muscle — Go BEV or Go Home

January 19th, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

We have seen a lot of announcements for many new electric cars from the big carmakers. Some say it is #dieselgate that opened their eyes. Others think Tesla and Musk are threatening their sales. Occam's razor tells us to look at the easiest explanation first. China's NEV mandate might be the easiest explanation



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