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BYD E6 – Click above for high-res image gallery

BYD E6 – Click above for high-res image gallery

BYD e6 electric MPV – Click above for high-res image gallery

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

BYD e6 electric MPV - Click above for high-res image gallery

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

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

BYD F3DM - Click above for an image gallery

BYD F3DM - Click above for an image gallery

Click above for high-res image gallery of the BYD e6

Click above for high-res gallery of the BYD e6 crossover

BYD, which stands for Build Your Dreams, is a Chinese company with huge ambition to become the world's largest automaker. If there's any chance of making that monumental task a reality, the company will need some amazing products, a stage to present them to the world and a little luck. At least one of those requirements has been met, as BYD is set to capitalize on Nissan's absence at the Detroit Auto Show in January by placing its products right on the main floor with all the rest of the major a

Click image for a gallery of the BYD e6

Oregonian politicians, including Governor Ted Kulongoski, have met with BYD Auto representatives in a bid to persuade the Chinese automaker to use Portland, Oregon as a home for its North American headquarters, distribution hub, and possibly even a site for vehicle manufacturing. Eventually. For now, BYD wants to sell its hybrid and electric cars in North America and is casting about for a place to set up shop to accomplish that. Portland has the advantage of being on the coast closest to China

If competition spurs companies to improve the quality of their offerings and the speed with which they innovate, then we may soon expect more from Shai Agassi's Better Place and its partner in Israel, Renault. While BYD already announced they would be selling electric vehicles in Israel earlier this month, that pronunciation gains serious weight with the news that IDB Holding Corp. Ltd. is said to be close to officially announcing a deal with the Chinese automaker to bring both its all-electric

Click image for a gallery of the BYD e6

When Auto China (a.k.a. the Beijing Motor Show) opens next week, BYD will pull the wraps off its e6, an EV crossover/MPV with a front end similar in appearance to the JDM Honda Odyssey. Unlike Honda's people-mover, the e6 runs exclusively on batteries. Its operating range is stated as being 300 km (186 miles) on a full charge. Said batteries, we're assuming they're lithium-ion (the translation from Autoblog Chinese is a little dodgy), can be charged via a 220V outlet. If a quick-charger is used

BYD's Wang Chanfu and Jalopnik's Matt Hardigree say hi to the ALMS folks

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