Tesla continues to grow in market value and most recently, in crypto currency. Being No. 1 puts an “x” on the American automaker’s back, but it also helps fuel a healthy pool of Tesla competitors, especially in China. Below are several of the big names making extensive gains in the Asian auto market. These companies are already challenging Tesla in China, and some may bring the competition to American soil next.
Kandi Stories February 16
Kandi Stories November 4, 2020
Chinese electric startup Kandi announces that its small K27 electric car has been approved for California roads and it is going to cost only $7,999 in the state after incentives.
Kandi Stories August 20, 2020
Chinese EV maker Kandi announced today that it is actively looking to build an electric car factory in North America.
Kandi Stories August 18, 2020
Kandi, a Chinese electric car manufacturer, is launching its electric cars in the US, and it has reduced the price under $10,000 with the federal tax credit for the launch.
Kandi Stories July 30, 2020
Chinese electric carmaker Kandi announced that it is bringing its electric vehicles to the US, making them the new cheapest electric cars in America — starting at $12,999 after federal tax credit.
Kandi Stories February 20, 2019
China’s Kandi says it has received approval from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to import two of its electric cars to the U.S.
Kandi Stories August 28, 2018
Kandi, an important electric vehicle manufacturer in China, is officially entering the US market with two new electric vehicles launched in Texas last week.
The automaker, which is closely linked to Geely, is the latest Chinese EV company to try to make its way into the American market. expand full story
Kandi Stories November 27, 2015
Tianjin will get a fleet of 1,000 EVs for a new car-sharing program
Kandi announced a deal with Pang Da to bring a fleet of 1,000 electric vehicles to Tianjin for a new car-sharing program – one of the biggest of its kind. The program will use Kandi’s Smart-looking K10 EV with 93 miles (150 km) of range on a single charge. All the cars should be delivered by the end of the year.
Full press release below: