China’s new energy vehicle output up 83.5 percent in January-February

Tuesday, 12 March 2019 10:47:10 (GMT+3)   |   Shanghai
       

In February this year, China produced 59,000 new energy vehicles, up 50.9 percent year on year, including 44,000 pure electric passenger cars and 15,000 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, up 51.3 percent and 48.2 percent year on year, respectively, according to the latest data issued by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).

In the January-February period of the current year, China’s new energy vehicle output amounted to 150,000 units, up 83.5 percent on year-on-year basis, including 111,000 pure electric passenger cars and 39,000 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, increased by 95.7 percent and 55.2 percent year on year, respectively.


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