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Tesla to unveil new ‘master plan’ in bid to regain momentum

Elon Musk is expected to announce plans for a new factory in Mexico and an array of other measures to win back investors’ favor.
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China’s leading electric carmaker has arrived in Germany

BYD is a powerhouse in China and sells the most electric vehicles of any company in the world. Now it has a plan to attract buyers in Europe’s largest economy.
For China’s auto market, electric isn't the future. It's the present

For China’s auto market, electric isn't the future. It's the present

More electric cars will be sold in the country this year than in the rest of the world combined, as its domestic market accelerates ahead of the global competition.
China’s popular electric vehicles have put Europe's automakers on notice

China’s popular electric vehicles have put Europe's automakers on notice

By selling battery-powered S.U.V.s and luxury sedans in places like Germany and Norway, China is striving to become a force in the global auto industry.
This Chinese city has 16,000 electric buses and 22,000 electric taxis
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This Chinese city has 16,000 electric buses and 22,000 electric taxis

Shenzhen is a city that has already reached the electric future.
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Buses, delivery vans and garbage trucks are the electric vehicles next door
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Buses, delivery vans and garbage trucks are the electric vehicles next door

As American car buyers cautiously dip their toes into the world of electric vehicles, pondering issues such as cost, charging times and driving range, big businesses and some government agencies are going in headfirst.

By 2018, every bus in this Chinese megacity will be electric
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By 2018, every bus in this Chinese megacity will be electric

Shenzhen’s 16,000 buses will be fully replaced by electric buses by the end of the year.
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