China’s new energy vehicle output up 105 percent in March

Friday, 13 April 2018 10:20:05 (GMT+3)   |   Shanghai
       

In March this year, China produced 68,000 new energy vehicles, up 105 percent year on year, including 51,000 pure electric passenger cars and 17,000 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, rising by 91.0 percent and 163.0 percent year on year, respectively, according to the latest data issued by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).

In the January-March period of the current year, China’s new energy vehicle output amounted to 150,000 units, up 156.9 percent on year-on-year basis, including 108,000 pure electric passenger cars, rising by 124.7 percent, and 42,000 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, up 305.3 percent year on year, respectively.


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