It sounds as though they never heard of Nio, Xpeng, Li Auto, BYD, and CATL etc. I think the future of NEV belongs to China, because China has a huge domestic market, which will be at least twice the size of the U.S. auto market by 2035. China also leads the world in the field of Chemistry and Physics, and are full of entrepreneurs. I suspect the breakthrough technology in battery will come from China in the future.China’s Homegrown Electric Car Market Isn’t Ready to Travel
Even then, there are vehicles like BYD's Han and Tang with the range to travel long distances.
EV startup XPeng begins exports to Norway
BYD launches Tang electric SUV in Norway, plans expansion in Europe
- It’s all going to start with the new Tang EV. The new version of the vehicle is going into production in November 2020 and customer deliveries in Norway are expected in January next year.
- The current version starts at 260,000 Yuan before incentives, which is the equivalent of $36,000 USD or 350,000 Norwegian Krones.
- It is equipped with an 82.8 kWh battery pack, which they claim is good for over 300 miles (482 km) of range on a single charge.
Both are, and Xpeng, there will be more in the future.Nio is.
I don't know what they are talking about. BYD is already a leader in the US (of all places) in electric buses.China’s Homegrown Electric Car Market Isn’t Ready to Travel
They just negative campaigning because they cannot stand it that China is racing ahead towards the future.I don't know what they are talking about. BYD is already a leader in the US (of all places) in electric buses.
They might not be in automobiles but I think that is a matter of time.
First have to overcome the challenge of parking infrastructure. Most cities are hugely lacking in parking spaces let alone ones that allow for charging of EVs.China needs better charging infrastructure though, even the bigger cities have insufficient charging infrastructure.