China offers up to 16 000 USD subsidy on Roewe E50 EV PowerVehicles

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SAIC Roewe E50 Electric Cars

China offers up to 16.000 USD on Roewe E50 EV

The Roewe E50 EV was launched on the car market yesterday for 234.900 or 37.600 USD. ChinaDaily today that green-car can get the price down with yuan, or 16.000 USD. leaves a ‘real price’ of yuan or 21.600 USD. The E50 sounds like a much deal…

But in any case not many will get one. Shen public relations manager of “new energy department” that SAIC expects to only 1000 D50′s a The article furthermore says SAIC has set up 1170 recharging in Shanghai but that most of stations are in “suburban areas”. because the  E50 is designed as an city car…

ChinaDaily then quotes a motorist”, who says: “The of recharging stations in the city would limit where I drive. What’s the point of a car if it fails to take me anywhere I Well, indeed.

The whole from ChinaDaily:

China’s indigenous purely electric car hit the market on Monday as part of a project to encourage the use of energy-saving

Roewe E50 buyers in Shanghai save around 100,000 ($16,000), thanks to government and an upcoming local policy license plate fees, to company sources.

The E50, a electric vehicle, is the result of years’ research and development by Automotive Industry Corp, Shen Ling, public manager of the company’s new energy

The car applies advanced energy-saving and technologies to ensure zero she said.

Although the new model officially at 220,000-240,000 yuan, buyers may steep discounts as the government and strive to promote new-energy

Under a central government a rebate of up to 60,000 yuan is on the purchase price to buyers of cars, and the Shanghai municipal is offering a subsidy of up to 40,000

A move which could the sector a further shot in the arm is a due to be unveiled by the Shanghai authorities free license plates to of electric vehicles.

According to the decision, which is subject to the of the National Development and Reform is likely to be implemented “very

Other than government auto manufacturers are seeking to up buyers’ interest with services.

Meanwhile, SAIC is finalizing to offer discounts on group by businesses, she added.

Shen the company has set no sales targets for the new But SAIC chief engineer Tianjun said in August it expects to sell 1,000 next year.

The launch of the car on the market will be a step for new-energy vehicles in China, as the are currently owned by government or used for public transportation.

The energy conversion rate of vehicles is 46 percent higher conventional cars, and they the potential to reduce carbon emissions by up to 68 percent, said Tsang, a partner at Bain and

Apart from purely electric vehicles, hybrid which run on a combination of batteries and engines, are also popular as are easier to operate, he said.

SAIC Roewe E50 Electric Cars

China’s strategy to develop new cars has gained ground on fronts, according to Wang policy director of the policy department of Jiading Auto in Shanghai.

On the policy front, the of the electric vehicle industry has a priority of the Ministry of Science and for more than a decade.

On the front, the Ministry of Industry and Technology and the National Development and Commission have issued at 20 regulations over the past to regulate and promote the wider use of and electric vehicles.

The target was to the country a world leader in vehicles by putting 500,000 on the by 2011.

But Wang said the deadline has extended to 2015 as a result of constraints and a lack of policy

Battery performance remains the threat to the credibility of electric in motorists’ eyes. Wang Chinese companies still lag far their competitors in the West in technology.

A study conducted by the Nations Department of Economic and Affairs said China just 1 percent of the total registrations for lithium ion batteries, Japan owns 52 percent and the States has 22 percent.

The other concern is a lack of recharging he said.

SAIC has set up 1,170 stations in Shanghai, but most of are in suburban areas.

Tao Weishuo, a veteran motorist in said that despite all the he was still reluctant to buy an electric

“The shortage of recharging in the city center would where I could drive. the point of owning a car if it fails to me anywhere I want?”


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