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If you type "Taiwan electric vehicles" (EVs) into Google, you'll see that the number of hits is pretty low. And, if you put the same thing into our site's little search box at the top of the page, you'll notice a similarly small number. Then, if you glance at the headline of this article, you may start to wonder how a country (or province,depending on who you ask) can claim to export 1.2 million electric vehicles by 2030 when the words Taiwan and EVs appear side-by-side virtually nowhere, don't

A new "smart hybrid" car called the i-EV from the Automotive Research & Testing Center (ARTC) of Taiwan will be produced starting in 2013, according to eTaiwan News. The article is sparse and the English is a little unusual, but we think the vehicle under discussion is an all-electric car (the article talks about "no noise and pollution" and a "85 kilometers extension if recharged") that will be made with made completely from materials from Taiwanese auto parts makers. It could also be an ac