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MG, A Sporty Ghost From The Swinging ’60s, Rides Again

July 31st, 2019 | by Andy Miles

Considering its fairly low profile, it was something of a surprise to me to hear that MG was to produce a fully electric vehicle. Precise details have been hard to come by, but it appears to be based on a conventional vehicle design -- a medium-sized, SUV-style, family hatchback -- rather than anything like the VW MEB or Tesla “skateboard.” It is named the MG eZS, but is identical in appearance to the MG


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


JAC Electric-Only Ride-Hailing Service — #CleanTechnica Exclusive

June 26th, 2019 | by Tim Dixon

Chinese automaker JAC Motors (江淮汽车) launched an electric-only ride-hailing service called Hexing (Hexing on-line Hailing) (和行约车/Hexing Yueche) on the 9th of January in Hefei, Anhui, China. I have been monitoring this service since launch. Today, I will explain the service, its future expansion plan, and my experience in the vehicles



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