In May, the Chinese automaker Changan will be offering its self-developed hybrid-power Jiexun-HEV sedan.
Changan supplied hybrid-drive cars as taxis for the Olympic Games at Beijing. The taxis used European-supplied electronics for the "mild hybrid" drive. The new Jiexun-HEV is the first production run of the vehicle using an all-domestic hybrid drive system.
Ford and Changan are in negotiations to develop a fully-electric car for the US market. China has set the goal of becoming a major world hybrid and EV producer within the next three years.
I’m betting they’ll do it.
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