They are quiet by design, but in 2020, electric cars are promising to make a lot of noise. More than 20 models are expected to be launched this year.
The demand is huge in China, where more than half of all electric vehicles in the world are sold. But what can we expect for Europe and the U.S.?
From San Francisco, CGTN’s Mark Niu takes a look at the industry.
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Rupert Mitchell, Chief Strategy Officer for W-M Motor, talks about the Chinese market.
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