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It is shocking but not surprising. The second most popular origin for pure electric cars registered last year in Europe was China. These cars made up almost 15% of BEV (Battery Electric Vehicles) registrations in 2021, or the second highest share only behind Germany. The Chinese origin was ahead of other European nations such as France, where the production of BEVs is being strongly boosted. In total, from the 1.2 million electric passenger cars that were registered in Europe last year, more than 175,700 units were made in China. This does not mean that all of those cars had a Chinese badge on them. In fact, they only counted for 15% of those units, as the majority of these made-in-China cars were produced by Western OEMs. They include Tesla, Dacia, Polestar and BMW. The sales growth of these vehicles is spectacular. In 2019, only MG (owned by Chinese SAIC) sold electric cars made in China. In that year, the brand registered 1,738 units. One year later, during the worst of the pandemic, MG increased its volume to almost 13,000 cars, and was followed by the introduction of Polestar in Europe with 9,755 units, the Dacia Spring and other minor Chinese
Volkswagen Group China plans to establish a new digital sales and services company in Hefei, capital of East China's Anhui province, the carmaker announced on Tuesday. The new company is expected to complete the group's entire value chain in terms of manufacturing, R&D, testing, sales and marketing, as well as customer services, according to the group. "This new digital sales and services company is an exciting chapter in the group's investment in e-mobility and another milestone in our partnership with Anhui province. As we strive to become the market leader in e-mobility, our customers can expect to enjoy the latest Volkswagen Anhui-produced new energy vehicle models through this company in the not-so-distant future," said Stephan Wollenstein, CEO of Volkswagen Group China. With an office area of about 10,000 square meters, the new company will form an integral link in the value chain of the group's joint venture, Volkswagen Anhui. Volkswagen Anhui focuses on NEV R&D and manufacturing based on the group's renowned modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform. The new digital sales and services company will also explore novel business models such as innovative data-driven services tailored to customers' e-mobility requirements. Currently, the group's third Volkswagen electric vehicle plant in
China's new energy vehicle market reached a milestone with its volume totaling 10.33 million units, Luo Junjie, spokesman for the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, said at a news conference on Tuesday. In the first quarter, the production and sales of NEVs reached 1.29 million and 1.26 million units respectively, both up 140 percent compared with same period of 2021. The market share of NEVs accounted for 19.3 percent of the vehicle sector, up 11.4 percentage points year-on-year. Chinese-brand NEVs have posted a growth of 1.5 times, which is higher than the overall market. The production and sales of fuel cell vehicles increased by 7.2 times and 3.9 times year-on-year, respectively. The production of battery swap NEVs reached around 40,000 units, up 82 percent year-on-year. The construction of battery swapping and charging infrastructure has been accelerated. In the first quarter, China set up 492,000 charging piles, up 3.6 times year-on-year; and 154 battery swap stations, up 1.6 times year-on-year. Luo also noted that the industry faces challenges around the pandemic, rising prices of raw materials and chip shortages. (Source:ChinaDaily)
The auto industry is already placing hundreds of models of low- and zero-emission vehicles on the market, but has serious concerns about the slow deployment of the infrastructure needed to charge and refuel these vehicles. Indeed, sales of electrically-chargeable cars increased 10-fold over the past five years, reaching 1.7m units last year (or 18% of the total market). The number of public chargers in the EU grew by 2.5 times over the same period. According to new cross-industry research based on analysis by McKinsey, up to 6.8m public charging points would be required across the EU by 2030 to reach the proposed 55% CO2 reduction for passenger cars. This figure is almost twice that put forward by the European Commission in its Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) proposal, which is now under negotiation in the European Parliament and Council. This means that up to 14,000 public charging points for all vehicle segments would need to be installed EU-wide every week – compared to under 2,000 per week currently. “The transition to zero is a long-term race,” stated ACEA President and CEO of BMW Group, Oliver Zipse. “The key challenge now is to convince all member states to pick up the
Since the outbreak of Covid-19, more and more refrigerated transporters are needed to support vaccine deliveries and strengthen the immunization cold chain system, while ensuring timely delivery of life-saving vaccines across the world. Without the guarantee of temperature, the vaccine will fail. In the same way, in our daily life, the food or fresh things need low-temperature storage and transportation to ensure that they will not go deteriorate. It can be said that refrigerated trucks are essential in our lives. What factors should we pay attention to when we consider buying a refrigerated truck? The first thing is the strength of the frame structure. “Birdcage" frame structure refers to passenger cars' “full load-bearing” design concept. There are 8 stiffeners on the front, left, and top plates around the side, forming a "steel ring", making the car body form a whole and greatly improving the bearing capacity. CHTC MOTOR refrigerated trucks adopt the birdcage framework and apply q700l high-strength steel for the bottom, cross, longitudinal, side, and corrugated board, accounting for more than 90% of the material consumption of the whole vehicle. The door panel is a stamping part with a depth of 27mm, and the whole C-type reinforcement is used
Excited Ugandans lined the streets of Kampala and witnessed the first -colourful -green mobility industrial value chain motor parade . The motor parade involved Kiira Motors Corporation (KMC Uganda’s automotive industry champion, Tondeka Metro- Bus Service  , Zembo and  International University of East Africa who are spearheading-electric motorcycle transport in and around Kampala ,other cities and urban centers. The parade was flagged- off  by the Minister of Science , Technology and Innovation in the Office of the President Dr. Monica Musenero . She was accompanied by the Kiira Motors Board of Directors  Chairman ,Prof. Sandy Steven Tickodri-Togoboa and the Mr. Fred Senoga a Director at Tondeka Metro Bus Service. Ugandans used their mobile gadgets-took selfies and recorded the parade which snaked through the Kampala Central Business District -as Uganda  joins the rest of the world to commemorate the Science week which is running -November 2-9th ,2021. It was a clear demonstration of Ugandans getting to appreciate the country’s – home developed-green mobility innovations -that include fully electric buses -the Kayoola EVS and electric motorcycles. The  Ministry of Science , Technology and Innovation (ST&I) – Office of the President in partnership with the Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU)  is also  organizing the
This year, China’s auto market has been "disconnected" due to the epidemic. Although it has recovered strongly in the past two months, OEMs have still strong pressure in the face of the annual mission. The 2020 Beijing International Auto Show has also been postponed unprecedentedly for nearly half a year. On September 26, the international auto show returned. For this, OEMs are making great efforts and intend to create a new sale record in the future. Every new car unveiled at auto show is a "important strategic " for auto companies. These new cars show fives main points. 1/ Model design becomes more fashionable and trendy Looking at the new car in the show, the most intuitive feeling is to look at the appearance and talk about the design. Design has always been the eternal theme of the auto show. At the 2020 Beijing International Auto Show, Jetour X70 PLUS was officially released. The exterior design of the new car incorporates the design elements of the Jetour X concept car, which can be regarded as a mass production version of the Jetour X concept car. Compared with the current X70, the exterior and interior have been upgraded. At the same
Chinese-made Model 3 gives automaker 21% market share in the first half of the year    GUANGZHOU -- Tesla became the top seller of electric vehicles in China in the first half of the year, as the locally-made Model 3 gives consumers an affordable way to enter what used to be an exclusive club open only to the rich. Tesla doubled its China sales to about 50,000 vehicles from a year earlier, even as overall sales in the world's largest electric vehicle market roughly halved to about 235,000, according to Chinese research company Ways. This raised Tesla's market share there to 21% from 6%. The boost largely came from the Model 3 sedan, which Tesla began shipping out of its Shanghai factory in January. The cheapest option of these autos can be purchased for about 270,000 yuan ($39,000) after subsidies, more than 30% less than the same model imported from America. "It's so much cheaper than an imported Model 3. More younger customers are buying this," a salesperson aggressively pitched to customers at a dealership in Guangzhou on Friday, which was packed despite it being a weekday. "You look cool when you come to work in a Tesla," said one woman in her 40s who works at an electronics