Brilliance, like other auto companies, are getting excited about a green future where EV’s will rule the roads. Their current range of cars maybe gasoline based, but with BAK’s help this could change.
BAK and Brilliance recently signed a deal to supply Brilliance with 5 batteries as a sample order to test the company’s ability in the lithium-ion…Read More →
BYD have had a lot of negative press over the past few months which has somewhat overshadowed their massive technological strides in developing new engines and gearboxes. This time around two BYD dealers have announced that anybody buying the E6 will have to go to the government to settle their subsidy claims as the dealers wont be advancing consumers…Read More →
Beijing Auto bought the rights to the decidedly ancient Saab 93 and 95 platforms from Saab in late 2010, whether or not Beijing Auto would have been able to turn them into passable sedans is another matter, a matter that we can safely say is decided.
The Chinese market is often seen as the potential back yard of any major push for EV and other new energy vehicle sales, however until recently the market has been unbelievably small with very low adoption rates. Initial owner cost has been one the more obvious reasons for Chinese consumers to shy away from taking up ownership of an EV or even a hybrid…Read More →
Despite a the large subsidies available to electric car buyers, the marketization of new energy vehicles is still far lower than expectated. By June 30, only 10 all-electric vehicles had been sold in Shanghai this year, and the number for Hangzhou was only 25.
It seems the problems like high prices despite subsidies, inconvenience, and unreliable…Read More →