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Why US roads aren't smothered in BYD electric vehicles

Remember back in 2008 when BYD (Build Your Dreams) first displayed its fuel saving hybrid at the Detroit Auto Show and later announced plans to begin selling in the US in 2010? A quic

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BYD spicing up plug-in line-up with Tang hybrid, E9 electric sports car

BYD seems bent on using green technologies to inject performance into its line up. The Chinese automaker is already set to offer its Qin Hybrid (pictured) – pronounced Chin, it's a 50-km (31-mile) plug-in version of its Su Rui model, said to be capable of sprinting to 100 km/h (62 miles per hour) in a brisk 5.9 seconds – to the public later this Fall. Now, however, it has revealed

China's BYD Auto slashes 2010 sales target by 25%

BYD E6 – Click above for high-res image gallery

BYD "hits a sticky patch" as company falls well short of production goals

2009 BYD F3DM – Click above for high-res image gallery

Detroit 2009: BYD's plug-in hybrids, the F3DM and F6DM

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BYD moves up at NAIAS

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The cheapest hybrid will be sold ... in China

We're no strangers to Chinese automaker BYD and its upcoming models of electric and hybrid cars. What's new is the claim that BYD is going to start selling the world's cheapest hybrid, with prices starting at just ¥100,000 (RNB) which is around $14,000 U.S. The model will be called BYD F3DM, with DB standing for Dual Mode, once it reaches the showrooms. BYD also announced a pot