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Chinese New Energy (pure electric, plug-in hybrid) Passenger Car Industry

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    http://www.touchev.com/2017/07/03/全球5月新能源乘用车销量排行:全新普锐斯phev首获/

    http://www.ev-volumes.com/

    Global Plug-in Sales for 2017 Q1 + April
    Global plug-in vehicle sales in Q1 of 2017 were 191 700 units, 40 % higher than for the same period 2016. These include all global BEV and PHEV passenger cars sales, light trucks in USA/Canada and light commercial vehicle in Europe. 65 % were pure electric (BEV) and 35 % were plug-in hybrids (PHEV). The preliminary April results show a 30 % increase over April 2016, with 67 800 units sold, 68 % BEV and 32 % PHEV

    Monthly growth rated were strongly influence by regional particularities: A slow start in China for January, where subsidy approvals were late and sales prices were uncertain. The appearance of the Toyota Prius Prime PHEV, which became an instant best-seller in Japan for February-March and turned that market around. April had stagnant sales in some larger Europe markets, which held back the global increase in that month.

    The US market stayed consistently strong, with 49 % increase for Q1, 24 % for April and 45 % (preliminary) for May. High gains by the new Toyota Prius Prime PHEV and the new GM Bolt are important contributors.

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    The pace continues
    Plug-in volumes have more than tripled since 2013 and continuing on last years growth rate of 42 % would mean 8 out of 10 cars sold being Plug-ins in 2030. Inconceivable today, not impossible for the future. The global picture shows just 0,84 % market share today, but in some markets it is already a multitude of that: Norway had 29 % plug-in share in Q1, Sweden 3,8 %. Hong Kong saw a record plug-in share of 35 %, before the generous EV incentives expired.
    Amid smallish numbers, the whole sector develops at a rapid pace. The number of public charging locations has doubled within 2 years. The number of available plug-in models has increased from 70 to 130 since 2013. Battery cost have come down by 50 % in the last 3 years. Leading OEM have announced EV portfolios good for 25 % in their sales mix, for the next decade, among them VW and Daimler. And then, there is Tesla ...

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    Global new energy (pure electric, plug-in hybrid) passenger car market in May sales soared 59%, close to 89,000, the first five months of this year's cumulative sales have reached 348,000.


    http://www.touchev.com/2017/07/03/全球5月新能源乘用车销量排行:全新普锐斯phev首获/

    In May of 2017, the global sales champion was Toyota New Prius Prime PHEV snatch to 7579 to create a new monthly sales record, this Japanese hatchback model is the first time the world's best-selling brand, also made Toyota became the month New energy models sold the world's second largest car prices. The Prius Prime plug-in hybrid is buoyant and is expected to be one of the main models to compete with Tesla Model 3.

    Chinese ZD D2 EV also jumped to the world's second, total delivery of 4471 vehicles. In the top ten, Beiqi EC180 from the first in April fell to third place, sales of 3895, BYD e5 still remain in the seventh, but sales for the second consecutive record of innovation, delivery 3131, and Geely Imperial EV, although the fifth of the previous month dropped to eighth, but the delivery volume also hit the highest annual 3015, JAC iEV6S and 6E also created a record 2572 sales.

    In May, pure electric and plug-in hybrids from the distribution of sales, pure electric vehicles accounted for 64% of the market share, unchanged from the same period last year.
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    In May, China's new energy (pure electric and plug-in hybrid) passenger car market, a small outbreak, sales of more than 40,000, an increase of 49%, the market share of 1.4%, close to last year's record level of 1.45% With the market expansion, is expected to further break through 2% mark.

    May, ZD D2 EV get sales champion, this city scooter delivery in May 4471, a record high. This miniature electric car is used in some European countries to share the car project, priced at about 16,000 euros.

    Beiqi EC180 in three consecutive reelection champion, sales in May fell by 10%, delivery of 3895 vehicles. If Beiqi new energy set the goal is 4000 per month, then the number of May is somewhat disappointing. This city mini-car battery mileage of 180 km, battery capacity 20kWh, Beiqi exclusive EV platform with the manufacture of new models, but also this year's annual sales champion strong contender.

    BYD e5 BYD is currently the best-selling low-key models, in May hit a record sales of 3131 units. In addition to e6, which is the taxi company's favorite models, the design of simple e5 actually has made great progress, 48kWh battery can be stored 305 km, gentle appearance under the wolf full.

    Geely Emperor EV is a comparable Toyota Corolla compact car, May sales rose to 3015, beautiful appearance and upgrade the performance, so that the new emperor more competitive, in the market and BYD and Beiqi new energy Car for some contest.

    Changan Ben Ben EV rose to sixth place, delivery of 2269, a record high. This pure electric car integrated operating conditions mileage of up to 210 km, half an hour can be fully charged 80%, fast charge so that users are very satisfied.
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    China
    Main article: New energy vehicles in China
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    Sales of new energy vehicles in China by year between January 2011 and December 2016.[70][71][72][73][74][8]
    The stock of new energy vehicles sold in China since 2011 passed the 500,000 unit milestone in March 2016, making the country the largest plug-in market in the world when all automotive segments are considered.[28]Sales of domestically produced plug-in passenger cars achieved the 500,000 unit milestone in September 2016.[35] Domestically produced cars account for 96% of new energy car sales in China.[185] As of November 2016, China also has the world's largest fleet of light-duty plug-in electric vehicles, with about 600,000 plug-in cars.[6][39] China overtook the U.S. and Europe in terms of annual sales of light-duty plug-in electric vehicles, both in calendar years 2015 and current-year-to-date through November.[6][39]

    The Chinese government adopted in 2009 a plan to leapfrog current automotive technology, and seize the growing new energy vehicle (NEV) market to become of the world leaders in manufacturing of all-electric and hybrid vehicles. The government's political support for the adoption of electric vehicles has four goals, to create a world-leading industry that would produce jobs and exports; energy security to reduce its oil dependence which comes from the Middle East; to reduce urban air pollution; and to reduce its carbon emissions.[45][186] In June 2012 the State Council of the People's Republic of China published a plan to develop the domestic energy-saving and new energy vehicle industry. The plan set a sales target of 500,000 new energy vehicles by 2015 and 5 million by 2020.[187][188] As sales were much lower than initially expected, and most of the deployed NEV stock has been purchased by the government for public fleets, new monetary incentives were issued in 2014, and the national government set a sales target of 160,000 units for 2014.[189][190] Although the goal was not achieved, new energy vehicles sales in 2014 totaled 74,763 units, up 324% from 2013. The surge in demand continued in 2015, with a total of 331,092 NEVs sold in 2015, rising 343% year-on-year.[70][74]

    As of September 2016, cumulative sales of domestically produced highway legal new energy passenger cars totaled 521,649 units since 2005, excluding imports, representing 29.2% of the global light-duty plug-in stock.[191] By the end of September 2016, China's stock of plug-in passenger cars reached the level of the American stock, and by November 2016, China’s cumulative total plug-in passenger vehicles sales had surpassed those of Europe, allowing China to become the market with the world's largest stock of light-duty plug-in vehicles.[6][39] As of December 2016, sales of new energy passenger cars since 2010 totaled 632,371 units.[3][192][193]

    Government incentives
    The Chinese government uses the term new energy vehicles (NEVs) to designate plug-in electric vehicles, and only pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles are subject to purchase incentives. Initially, conventional hybrids were also included.[194] On June 1, 2010, the Chinese government announced a trial program to provide incentives for new energy vehicles of up to 60,000 yuan (~US$9,281 in June 2011) for private purchase of new battery electric vehicles and 50,000 yuan (~US$7,634 in June 2011) for plug-in hybrids in five cities.[195][196] The government set the goal to raise the country's annual production capacity to 500,000 plug-in hybrid or all-electric cars and buses by the end of 2011, up from 2,100 in 2008.[186] A mid-September 2013 joint announcement by the National Development and Reform Commission and finance, science, and industry ministries confirmed that the central government will provide a maximum of US$9,800 toward the purchase of an all-electric passenger vehicle and up to US$81,600 for an electric bus. The subsidies are part of the government's efforts to address China's problematic air pollution.[197]

    In April 2016 the Traffic Management Bureau under the Ministry of Public Security announced the introduction of new green license plates to identify new energy vehicles, as opposed to the country's standard blue plates. The objective of the special plates is to facilite police enforcement of the preferential policies that some local authorities apply to cleaner cars to help cut emissions and ease traffic. For example, central Beijing has in place a road space rationing scheme, a driving restriction regulation that bans conventional vehicles from entering the city for one day a week, but new energy vehicles are exempted from the restriction.[198]

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    As of December 2015, China ranked as the world's largest plug-in electric bus market with a stock of almost 173,000 vehicles.[3] Shown a BYD K9 bus in Shenzhen.
    New energy vehicle sales in China totaled 951,447 units between January 2011 and December 2016. These figures include heavy-duty commercial vehicles such buses and sanitation trucks, and only accounts for vehicles manufactured in the country because imports are not subject to government subsidies.[6][8] As of September 2016, the Chinese stock of plug-in electric vehicles consisted of about 540,000 all-electric vehicles (73.7%) and almost 193,000 plug-in hybrids (26.3%) sold since 2011.[28][44][199][200][201][202][203] The country achieved record sales of 207,380 new energy passenger cars in 2015, allowing China to rank as the world's top selling plug-in passenger car country market in 2015, ahead of the United States, the leading market in 2014.[23][3] A particular feature of the Chinese passenger plug-in market is the dominance of small entry level vehicles. In 2015, all-electric car sales in the mini and small segments (A-segment) represented 87% of total pure electric car sales, while 96% of total plug-in hybrid car sales were in the compact segment (C-segment).[204] Sales of plug-in passenger cars achieved the 500,000 unit milestone in September 2016. Imported plug-in cars, such as Tesla Model S or BMW i3s are not included.[35]

    Over 160,000 heavy-duty new energy vehicles were sold between 2011 and 2015, of which, 123,710 (77.2%) were sold in 2015.[27][74] Sales of commercial new energy vehicles in 2015 consisted of 100,763 all-electric vehicles (81.5%) and 22,947 plug-in hybrid vehicles (18.5%).[74] The share of all-electric bus sales in the Chinese bus market climbed from 2% in 2010 to 9.9% in 2012, and was expected to be closed to 20% for 2013.[205] As of December 2014, China had about 36,500 all-electric buses.[27] The global stock of plug-in electric buses was estimated to be about 173,000 units as of December 2015, almost entirely deployed in China, the world's largest electric bus market. Of these, almost 150,000 were all-electric buses. The Chinese electric bus stock grew nearly sixfold between 2014 and 2015.[3]

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    BYD e6 all-electric taxi in Shenzhen, China.
    A total of 8,159 new energy vehicles were sold in China during 2011, including passenger cars (61%) and buses (28%). Of these, 5,579 units were all-electric vehicles and 2,580 plug-in hybrids.[71] Electric vehicle sales represented 0.04% of total new car sales in 2011.[206] Sales of new energy vehicles in 2012 reached 12,791 units, which includes 11,375 all-electric vehicles and 1,416 plug-in hybrids.[72] New energy vehicle sales in 2012 represented 0.07% of the country's total new car sales.[207]During 2013 new energy vehicle sales totaled 17,642 units, up 37.9% from 2012 and representing 0.08% of the nearly 22 million new car sold in the country in 2013. Deliveries included 14,604 pure electric vehicles and 3,038 plug-in hybrids.[73][208] The top selling new energy car in China between 2011 and 2013 was the Chery QQ3 EV city car, with 2,167 units sold in 2011, 3,129 in 2012, and 5,727 in 2013.[45]

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    The BYD Qin, released in December 2013, became the all-time top selling passenger new energy vehicle in China since 2014.[209] As of December 2016, cumulative sales totaled 68,655 units sold since its inception.[210][211][212][213]
    New energy vehicle sales in China during 2014 totaled 74,763 units, consisting of 45,048 all-electric vehicles, and 29,715 plug-in hybrids. Of these, 71% were passenger cars, 27% buses, and 1% trucks.[211]Pure electric vehicle sales increased 210% from 2013 while plug-in hybrid sales grew 880% from the previous year. The plug-in electric segment market share reached 0.32% of the 23.5 million new car sales sold in 2014.[70] The BYD Qin ranked as the top selling plug-in electric car in China in 2014, with 14,747 units sold during the year,[211] and became the country's top selling plug-in passenger car ever.[209] The Qin was followed by the all-electrics Kandi EV with 14,398, Zotye Zhidou E20, with 7,341 units, and BAIC E150 EV with 5,234.[211][214]

    Domestically produced new energy vehicle sales in 2015 totaled a record 331,092 units, consisting of 247,482 all-electric vehicles and 83,610 plug-in hybrid vehicles, up 449% and 191% from 2014, respectively.[74] Sales of plug-in passenger cars, excluding imports, totaled 176,627 units in 2015, allowing China to rank as the world's best-selling plug-in electric car country market in 2015.[23] The plug-in electric passenger car segment market share rose to 0.84% in 2015, up from 0.25% in 2014.[49]The top selling passenger models in 2015 were the BYD Qin plug-in hybrid with 31,898 units sold,[212] followed by the BYD Tang (18,375),[215] and the all-electrics Kandi EV (16,736), BAIC E150/160/200 EV (16,488), and the Zotye Z100 EV (15,467).[216]

    As of December 2015, with 31,898 units sold in 2015, the BYD Qin continued to rank as the all-time top selling plug-in passenger car in the country, with cumulative sales of 46,787 units since its introduction.[210][209][211][212] The BYD Qin was the world's second best selling plug-in hybrid car in 2015 after the Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV, and also ranked fifth among the world's top selling plug-in electric cars in 2015.[217] BYD Auto ended 2015 as the world's best selling manufacturer of highway legal light-duty plug-in electric vehicles, with around 60,000 units sold, followed by Tesla Motors, with 50,580 units sold in 2015.[217][218]

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    The BYD Tang, released in June 2015, was the best-selling plug-in electric car in China in 2016 with 31,405 units sold.[213]
    A total of about 289,000 new energy vehicles were sold during the first nine months of 2016, up 100.6% year-on-year, consisting of 216,000 pure electric vehicles, up 128.4% year-on-year, and 73,000 plug-in hybrid vehicles, up 47.2% from the same period the previous year.[44][219] A total of 209,359 new energy passenger cars were sold in the first three quarters of 2016, up 122% year-on-year, consisting of about 145,000 all-electric cars, up 170% year-on-year, and about 65,000 plug-in hybrids, up 60% year-on-year.[220] The plug-in segment market share totaled 1.08% of new car sales during the period.[44][220]

    Three BYD Auto models topped the Chinese ranking of best-selling new energy passenger cars in 2016. The BYD Tang plug-in hybrid SUV was the top selling plug-in car with 31,405 units delivered, followed by the BYD Qin (21,868) and the BYD e6 (20,605).[213] As of December 2016, the BYD Qin, with 68,655 units sold since its inception, remains the all-time top selling plug-in electric car in the country.[210][211][212][213] For a second year running BYD Auto was the world's top selling plug-in car manufacturer in 2016 with over 100,000 units delivered in China, ahead of Tesla Motors by about 30,000 units.[1][221] However, in terms of sales revenue, Tesla ranked ahead with US$6.35 billion from its electric car sales in 2016, while BYD sales totaled US$3.88 billion from its electric car division.[222]

    The following table presents annual sales of the top selling new energy passenger cars by model with cumulative sales of about or over 3,000 units between 2011 and December 2015.


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    BYD Qin 46,787 10.5% 31,898 14,747 142 N/A N/A
    Kandi EV 31,134 7.0% 16,736 14,398 N/A N/A N/A
    BAIC E150/160/200 EV 23,832 5.4% 16,488 5,234 1,466 644
    BYD Tang 18,375 4.1% 18,375 N/A N/A N/A N/A
    Chery QQ3 EV 16,247(2) 3.7% 3,208(2) 2,016(3) 5,727 3,129 2,167
    Zotye Cloud/Z100 EV 15,467 3.5% 15,467 N/A N/A N/A N/A
    JAC J3/iEV 15,279 3.5% ~9,000 ~1,000 1,309 2,485 1,585(4)
    BYD e6 14,257(5) 3.2% 7,029 3,560 1,544 1,690 401
    Zotye Zhidou E20 13,726 3.1% 6,385 7,341 N/A N/A N/A
    SAIC Roewe 550 PHEV 11,711 2.6% 10,711 ~1,000 N/A N/A N/A
    Chery eQ 7,804 1.8% 7,262 542 N/A N/A N/A
    Tesla Model S[228][229][230] 5,524(6) 1.2% 3,025(6) 2,499 N/A N/A N/A
    Geely-Kandi Panda EV 4,939 1.1% 3,654 1,285 N/A N/A N/A
    Zhidou D2 3,777 0.8% 3,777 N/A N/A N/A N/A
    BYD F3DM 3,284(5) 0.7% N/A N/A 1,005 1,201 613
    Denza EV 3,020 0.7% 2,888 132 N/A N/A N/A
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    444,447(7) - 331,092 74,763 17,642 12,791 8,159

     
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    GAC Motor
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    2018 GAC Trumpchi GE3: Detroit 2017

    https://suvs.com/news/chinese-automaker-plans-to-sell-suv-in-u-s-by-2019/
    The GE3 SUV was also unveiled at the auto show and is the first electric vehicle developed on GAC’s new energy platform. It goes on sale in China in June. The vehicle’s electric motor is said to offer 161 hp and 214 lb-ft. of torque. It’s reportedly powered by a 47-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that provides a range of about 192 miles. The company claims it can achieve a charge of 80 percent in less than 30 minutes using a fast-charging system.

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    GAC GA5 PHEV

    The GA5 PHEV is a plug-in, powered by a 1.0L engine and a motorized Zengcheng-type power system with a maximum output power of 94kW and a maximum output torque of 225Nm. The engine only charges the battery and does not participate in the drive. Battery size of 13kW, the official announcement of the charging time of 3-6 hours, pure electric mileage of 80km, pure electricity mode cost per kilometer is only 0.1 yuan. Under the comprehensive conditions of the maximum mileage of more than 600km, 100 kilometers fuel consumption is only 2.4L.

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    GAC GS4 PHEV

    The GS4 PHEV is equipped with a hybrid system consisting of a 1.5L Atkinson cycle engine and a G-MC electrical coupling system with a maximum power of 96 horsepower (71 kW) and a peak torque of 120 Nm; the maximum motor power of 177 hp (130kW), the peak torque of 300 cattle meters. Its integrated maximum mileage of more than 600 km.

    The new car's hybrid system has three kinds of driving mode: pure electric mode, the battery to provide energy, driven by the motor; extended mode engine is mainly used as a generator, the battery charge, the vehicle mainly rely on the motor drive; (Mainly high speed), the engine and the motor are powered by the vehicle, the vehicle for the mixed driving. In addition, when the vehicle brake, it will open the brake energy recovery function, the drive motor as a generator to recover the brake can be stored in the battery.

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    GAC GA3S PHEV

    The GA3S PHEV plug-in hybrid version is equipped with a 1.5L Atkinson cycle engine and G-MC electromechanical coupling system composed of hybrid system. And provide pure electric, extended range, mixed three drive mode. The official release of the pure electricity mode, the maximum mileage of more than 100km, the total mileage will be greater than 500km, 100 km comprehensive fuel consumption is less than 1.5L, 100 km acceleration time of 8.9 seconds, the maximum speed of up to 180km / h.

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    GAC GA6 PHEV

    GA6 PHEV equipped with a set of 1.5L Atkinson cycle engine and G-MC electromechanical coupling system composed of plug-in hybrid system. The maximum output power of 71kw, the maximum output torque of 126Nm, the maximum output of the motor is 130kw, the maximum output torque of 300Nm. In pure electricity mode, GA6 PHEV has more than 85km, total mileage is greater than 1000km; integrated less than 1.7L.

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    GAC EnSpirit Concept

    The new car will use a plug-in hybrid system, the system by the 1.5L gasoline engine (Atkinson cycle) with the motor match, integrated maximum mileage of 700km.

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    BYD e6

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BYD_e6

    e6 is an all-electric compact crossover/compact MPV manufactured by BYD Auto with a range of 300 km (186 mi) according to the carmaker.[2] Field testing began in China in May 2010 with 40 units operating as taxis in the city of Shenzhen.[3] Sales to the general public began in Shenzhen on October 26, 2011, after over two years behind schedule (the original release date was in 2009).[4][5] As of January 2016, e6 units are operating as taxis in Colombia, Belgium, the U.S. (New York and Chicago), the Netherlands, and the U.K.[6] Since 2010 sales in China totaled 34,862 units through December 2016.[7][8] The BYD e6 ranked as the best-selling pure electric car in China in 2016.[9]

    BYD planned to sell the e6 model in the US for US$35,000 before any government incentives.[10] However, after rescheduling the US launch several times, in October 2011 BYD announced that sales to retail customers were to be delayed at least for 18 months due to the lack of charging infrastructure.[11] In May 2013, BYD announced that the e6 will be sold in the US only to fleet consumers for US$52,000,[12] as the company will focus on electric bus sales in North America.[13]

    Special features are the range of up to 400 km (with 80kWh battery), a guaranteed cycle resistance of 4000 charge cycles [14] and the fast battery charging to 80 percent in 15 minutes.[15] Therefore, the cars are often used in vehicle fleets with large range requirements like taxis, police cars or car rentals.

    Cargo volume
    450L
    Top speed
    140km/h(87mph)
    Minimum turning diameter(m/ft)
    12/39.4ft
    Minimum ground clearance
    150(5.9)
    Approach angle/Departure angle
    21°/ 25°
    Range①
    300km(186mile)
    Power consumption②
    3.1mile/kWh
    Suspension(F)
    Independent Dual Cross-Arm with Crosswise Stabilized Bars
    Suspension(R)
    Independent Dual Rocker-Arm with Crosswise Stabilized Bars
    Braking
    Regenerative braking, front double calipers, rear single calipers,disc brake
    Steering
    EHPS
    Motor type
    Permanent magnet synchronous motor
    Maximum power
    121hp(90kW)
    Maximum torque
    450N.m
    Battery type
    Fe battery
    Capacity
    61.4kWh
    VTOG 30kW AC charging③
    2h
    SAE Level 2 AC charging③
    8—9h
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    Actual range will vary depending upon driving/charging habits, speed, conditions, weather, temperature, and battery age.
    Note 2:
    Load and driving style have an impact on Power consumption.
    Note 3:
    The battery age and outside ambient temperature both play a role in charging times.
    All information presented herein is based upon the latest data available at the time of posting. BYD reserves the right to make changes at any time, without prior notice.


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    BYD Qin EV300

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BYD_Qin#BYD_Qin_EV300

    The BYD Qin (pronounced “Chin”) is a plug-in hybrid compact sedan developed by BYD Auto with an all-electric range of 70 km (43 mi) and a hybrid electric powertrain that can extend the car's total range to a distance similar to that of a conventional gasoline-powered vehicle. The BYD Qin concept car was unveiled at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, and the car is named after China's first empire, the Qin Dynasty.[2][4] An all-electric variant with a range of 300 km (190 mi), the BYD Qin EV300, was released in China in March 2016.[5]

    The Qin starts at 189,800 rmb (~US$31,000), before any applicable government subsidies and tax exemptions available for eco-friendly vehicles.[6] The EV300 starts at 259,800 rmb (~US$40,200) before incentives.[7]

    The Qin is the successor of the BYD F3DM, the world's first mass-produced plug-in hybrid automobile, launched in China in 2008. In April 2012, BYD announced that due to its low sales, the F3DM was to be replaced by the Qin.[8][9][10] The BYD Qin is the plug-in hybrid version of the BYD Su Rui, launched in the Chinese market in August 2012.[11] Deliveries in China began in mid December 2013.[6] Retail sales of the BYD Qin began in Costa Rica in November 2013, and BYD planned to start sales in other countries in Central and South America in 2014.[12][13][14]

    Sales of the plug-in hybrid model in China passed the 50,000 unit milestone in April 2016.[15] Since 2014 the Qin is the all-time top-selling highway legal plug-in passenger car in China with cumulative sales of 68,655 units through December 2016.[16][17][18][19] The BYD Qin was for two years in a row, 2014 and 2015, the top selling plug-in electric car in China,[17][18][20] and ranked as the second top selling plug-in hybrid model in 2016.[19] The Qin was the world's second best selling plug-in hybrid car in 2015 after the Mitsubishi Outlander P-HEV, and also ranked fifth in 2015 among the world's top selling plug-in electric cars.[21] As of June 2016, the Qin plug-in hybrid listed sixth among the world's top 10 best-selling plug-in electric cars ever.[22] The all-electric variant, the Qin EV300, totaled 10,656 units sold between March and December 2016.[19]


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    BYD song EV300



    The new car's power system is the use of pure electric system, will provide 270 km mileage and a range of 300 kilometers according to the two models to choose from.

    Power system, the new car uses a pure electric drive, power from the front and rear shaft motor and battery combination. The motor output power is 160kW, the motor output power is 110kW, which due to the battery, the new car will be 270 km and 300 km (song EV300) two maximum mileage, the use of lithium iron phosphate battery battery capacity 48kWh.

    Charging, BYD song EV300 standard 7KW 220V wall charging box, more than 6 hours will be completely filled with no electricity vehicles. If there is a higher demand also optional 40kW 380V charging box, the charging time will be shortened to 1.2 hours.


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    BYD Tang 100

    Using 2.0T turbocharged engine and two motors composed of hybrid system, which 2.0T engine maximum power is 205 hp, the maximum torque is 320 Nm. Driven by this set of power, its 0-100km / h acceleration time is still 4.9s. The point is that it is replaced with a new three yuan lithium battery, pure battery mileage increased to 100km.


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    China And The U.S. Supercharge The Growing Global Electric Vehicle Industry

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackper.../#2b04efec2454


    In May 2014, China’s State Grid announced that it would support the development of privately-owned distributed energy organizations, encouraging private companies to invest in electric charging stations. The unprecedented move on the part of the State Grid, one of China’s largest state-owned enterprises with a monopoly on electricity distribution, has spurred investment in the charging infrastructure by a wide range of companies and investors. Going forward, China’s goal is to have 4.8 million charging stations in operation by 2020, capable of meeting the needs of 5 million EVs.

    In the United States, growth in charging stations has also shown significant growth. From 2010 through 2016, the number of charging stations in most parts of the country has increased by 125% or more per year. Retailers and hotel owners are installing charging stations to attract customers; more than 100 metropolitan cities in the U.S. have formed Clean Cities Coalitions — non-profit public and private partnerships that promote a clean environment — and are encouraging the installation of more chargers; and electric utilities, anxious to sell off-peak power, are investing in charging stations.


    With lower battery costs and an expanding charging infrastructure, worldwide plug-in car sales have tripled since 2013, and increased by 42% in 2016 to 773,600 units. China is the global leader by far, accounting for 351,000, or 45% of EV passenger car sales. This number does not count the 160,000 commercial vehicles, mostly all-electric buses, which were sold in China last year, as well as the 700,000 low-speed electric vehicles that were sold and are popular in China’s Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. Following China, 221,000 EVs were sold in Europe and 157,000 were sold in the U.S. last year.

    While EV sales, even in China, are still a relatively low percentage of the total vehicles sold each year, recent breakthroughs in technology and the investments now being made in the charging infrastructure are paving the way for much higher sales in the future.
     
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    EV Batteries: A $240 Billion Industry In The Making That China Wants To Take Charge Of

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackper.../#1abbc50f3f08


    Even those who consider themselves somewhat knowledgeable about the electric vehicle (EV) industry would be hard pressed to name more than a handful of EV battery suppliers.

    Most would quickly name Japan’s Panasonic and South Korea’s Samsung and LG Chem, as well as reference the Gigafactoy that Panasonic and Tesla opened this past January in Nevada. A few of the more knowledgeable would also name BYD, a leading electric vehicle manufacturer in China that is also one of the world’s largest battery suppliers.

    Other than those names, however, and perhaps one or two other lesser known players, the list would end there.

    Nearly everyone would be surprised to learn that there are now more than 140 EV battery manufacturers in China, busily building capacity in order to claim a share of what will become a $240 billion global industry within the next 20 years. As in all things auto, EVs and the batteries that will power them promise to be big industries in China.

    A $240 billion industry

    The math is simple. Respected auto analysts like those at Bernstein, a Wall Street research and securities firm, are predicting that EVs will account for as much as 40% of global vehicle purchases in 20 years. Since almost 100 million vehicles are produced and sold globally, that means that the annual market for EVs will be 40 million, even if the total global vehicle build does not increase between now and then.

    Assuming that battery prices reach parity with the $6,000 cost of an internal combustion engine, a $240 billion battery industry is now in the making. Due to its well-publicized problems combatting air pollution, China will lead the way in EVs, as well as in batteries.


    Read more: Why China Is Leading The World's Boom In Electric Vehicles

    In order to meet projected demand, battery cell manufacturing capacity globally will need to increase dramatically, which is why China’s battery makers are aggressively expanding. When Tesla and Panasonic announced in 2014 their plans to build a “Gigafactory” capable of producing 35 Gigawatt hours (GWh) of battery cells every year, that was big news. (A GWh is equal to one million kilowatt hours.) After all, the entire battery capacity in the world at the time was less than 50 GWh.


    A great deal has changed over the last three years, though. Led by China, battery cell manufacturing capacity has more than doubled to 125 GWh, and is projected to double again to over 250 GWh by 2020. Even that will not be nearly enough. Total cell production capacity will need to increase tenfold from 2020 to 2037, the equivalent of adding 60 new Gigafactories, during that period.

    Shifting towards China

    Battery technology originated in Japan; was then further developed by companies in Korea; and is now shifting strongly toward China. China’s cell production already has a larger share of global production than Japan’s, and China’s global market share is projected to rise to more than 70% by 2020.

    Rapid market growth for EVs in China, as well as the tendency for Chinese auto assemblers to use homegrown products, augurs well for China’s continued leadership in battery cell manufacturing. According to Roland Berger’s E-mobility Index Q2 2017 report, locally made lithium-ion cells are used in more than 90% of the EVs produced by Chinese manufacturers.

    Read more: The Electric Car Market Has A 'Chicken Or Egg' Problem -- And China Is Solving It

    With so many Chinese companies hoping to enter the battery sweepstakes, China’s government is considering policies that will set minimum production capacities for battery manufacturers as a way to further strengthen its position as a global leader. Although not yet official, Beijing would like Chinese manufacturers to have a production volume of at least 3 to 5 GWh per year. Separately, Beijing released draft guidelines at the end of 2016 stipulating that battery manufacturers would need to have at least 8 GWh of production capacity in order to qualify for subsidies. As a signal to the market, the government is planning to back the development of only those battery companies with annual production capacities of 40 GWh or more.

    Who the government is championing

    While Panasonic is the world’s largest supplier of electric vehicle batteries globally, Chinese companies are catching up.

    Based in Shenzhen, BYD -- which stands for “Build Your Dream” -- is a Hong Kong listed, Chinese car company that in 2016 produced almost 500,000 cars and buses, approximately 100,000 of which were EVs or plug-in hybrids. Consistent with BYD’s strategy of vertical integration, it also has 20 GWh of battery cell capacity and is China’s largest battery maker.

    In 2008, a subsidiary of Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway invested $230 million in BYD, which at the time represented a 10% stake in the company. BYD is now valued in the marketplace at $16.9 billion.

    Read more: China And The U.S. Supercharge The Growing Global Electric Vehicle Industry

    CATL is another leading Chinese battery company. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Ningde, Fujian province, CATL focuses on the production of lithium-ion batteries and the development of energy storage systems. With manufacturing bases in Qinghai, Jiangsu, and Guangdong provinces, CATL has 7.7 GWh of battery capacity and plans to have battery production capacity of 50 GWh by 2020. Like BYD, CATL is the type of company that the Chinese government wants to support and promote as a national champion.
     
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    Los Angeles makes important order of 60 new BYD all-electric buses

    Fred Lambert - Jul. 27th 2017 4:48 pm ET
    https://electrek.co/2017/07/27/los-a...lectric-buses/


    Los Angeles Metro and BYD just confirmed that the transportation system, one of the biggest in the US, just confirmed having placed one of the largest electric bus order ever: 60 new 40-ft BYD all-electric buses.


    They are encouraging local manufacturing by ordering from BYD since even though it’s a Chinese company, it has an electric bus and truck division based in Los Angeles.

    The new large order alone is expected to create 59 new manufacturing jobs at the BYD factory in Lancaster, according to the company.

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    BYD calculates that a BYD ebus over 8 years saves about $190,000 in energy costs.[24] In 2012, the price for a BYD ebus was 380,000 Euros, 100,000 more than a comparable diesel bus.
     

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