The U.S.-based online taxi-hailing service Uber has signed a deal in China to co-operate a fleet of green-energy taxi ‘limousines’ in the city of Wuhan in Hubei Province under the ‘UberGreen’ name. The logistics and drivers will be handled by a local company called ‘Green New Energy Limousine Service’ and the vehicles will be provided by Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automobile.
Buyers of a Tesla Model S will get a free license plate in the Chinese city of Tianjin, opening the way for more Tesla sales in one of the largest and richest port cities in China, and also the port of entry for all cars arriving from the United States, including Tesla’s.
A Chinese man from the great city of Shenyang in Liaoning Province has made a wooden electric car, a sporty roadster styled pretty much like an Excalibur. It took the 49-year old carpenter Liu Fulong three months to build the vehicle from scratch. Liu’s trade-mark ‘thumbs up’ ornament stands proudly on the bonnet.
This is the Qiantu K50 Event!, China’s first home-grown electricsupercar, it debuted earlier today on the Shanghai Auto Show. The Qiantu K50 Event! (with an ‘!’ at the end) will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2016, priced around 700.000 yuan or 113.000 USD, which is about the same as the Tesla Model S costs in China.
The new Zotye Zhima E30 has been unveiled on the Shanghai Auto Show in China. The Zotye Zhima E30, formerly known as the Zotye E01, is a new electric vehicle for the Chinese car market, featuring large angry looking headlights and a small grille without the typical Zotye ‘Z’ logo.