New Electric Cars, New Cars, And Electric Cars To Come: New Electric Car Company Launches In Europe
By Simon J. SmithJanuary 24, 2018 10:04:58Europe is poised to take its first electric car to market this year.
The carmaker, BYD, has announced plans to build a range of new electric cars for its dealers in Europe.
In a statement, BYd said it would build 100 cars by 2020.BYD has been planning for a “new electric car” for the past two years, and has been working with a German automaker, Volkswagen, to build electric cars in the United States and Europe.BYd’s new electric car will be the company’s first to be built in Europe, the company said in a statement.
It is expected to be launched in 2019, with sales starting at the end of the year.
In the United Kingdom, BYE is looking to expand its European operations, the automaker said.
It will build 100 new electric vehicles in 2020, it added.
The BYD electric car is expected “to be the most ambitious electric car in the world, and to change the way we think about electric vehicles,” BYD said.BYE will have its first car in 2019.
The new electric vehicle will be “a revolutionary vehicle in the market for electric cars and it will provide a true benchmark for future electric car technology,” the automanaker said, adding that it will have “no problems selling more than 200,000 of these cars” in the European market.
The company also plans to invest a total of more than US$30 billion ($36.6 billion) in electric vehicles.BYOD’s first European dealers will be located in Germany, Italy, Spain and Belgium, the statement said.
The automaker will work with the electric car company Volkswagen AG to develop and sell electric vehicles, and “exceed its initial expectations.”BYD will also invest in the development of new technology and products, it said.