Thursday, 18 February 2021

Only Yesterday I Mentioned,

how many miles you have to drive to make an all electric car green,

and then today I saw this, HAVAL SUVs at a GWM assembly plant in Baoding, in China’s northern Hebei province, the company sells cars in more than 60 markets worldwide. Photo: AP, apparently the Baoding, Hebei province-based manufacturer of sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and pickup trucks plans to launch nine models in three years in Thailand. It revealed its strategy with the launch of the GWM brand in the country on Tuesday, February 9,

and in case you are thinking of buying a Tesla in Europe, you might be buying one of these, above Tesla exports the first China-made cars to Europe with shipment of 7,000 Model 3 all electric cars, I wonder how many people bought a Tesla in Europe, thinking it was made in the USA, or one of the new all electric MG's here in the UK only to find it has 'Made In China' stamped on the bottom of it!

here is a quick look inside of Chana's biggest electric vehicle factory, as an aside if in the UK you have charging faculties at your home and are thinking of an electric car,

here is the MG ZS EV which is built in China's Zhengzhou (SAIC Motor Zhengzhou Plant), prices will start from £21,495, undercutting both the Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona Electric, prices rise to £24,995 for entry-level model once the first 1,000 examples have been sold. The range will top out at £26,995 for flagship models, I can imagine it now as I shout to my downstairs neighbour, "can you catch the plug and walk to the front of the house and plug it in please?"

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