Why US roads aren't smothered in BYD electric vehicles
The reasons for this are long and varied - decisions about making cars like the e6 EV available to fleets only - and they've been excellently compiled and summarized in this article in The Huffington Post. It offers both a history lesson and throws out issues such as protectionism and politics to ponder. The story takes us from China to the shores of California and starts all the way back to 1995, when company founder Wang Chuanfu began making cell phone batteries. How he got from there to electric cars is quite a tale.
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