A Paradigm Shift in China - The New Powertrain Mix

Relaxing of NEV regulations and tightening of CAFC regulations, EV expansion by German manufacturers

2021/02/25

Summary

  This report contains a Spotlight article from Springer's automotive technical magazine "ATZ" www.atz-magazine.com. and "MTZ" www.mtz-magazine.com. Springer is a German company affiliated with MarkLines.

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A Paradigm Shift in China
- The New Powertrain Mix

The Chinese market has been regarded throughout the world as leading
the way in electric mobility. However, in the future the Chinese regime
will be putting greater emphasis on other types of powertrain.
This new trend cannot fail to have an impact on European
manufacturers and markets.

 

Material from: Richard Backhaus, ATZ | MTZ | ATZ electronics Correspondent, A Paradigm Shift in China - The New Powertrain Mix, IN THE SPOTLIGHT article from ATZ electronics [09/2020] [the websites of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, which are available at www.springerfachmedien-wiesbaden.de] reproduced with permission of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH.