Saturday, April 21, 2012

China introduces its first electric car brand

China this week introduced its first electric car series named "Denza" and created by Shenzhen BYD Daimler, mixed investment firm automakers in China and Germany with headquarters in this city of the southern province of Guangdong.

It is expected that the first model of the brand goes on sale next year, according to the firm.

The joint venture, established in July 2010, spent two years developing "Denza" dedicated exclusively to the design and production of low-pollution cars and summarizes the experience of centuries in the manufacture Daimler cars and extensive knowledge of technology BYD new energy group.

Chuanfu Wang, CEO and president of BYD, said his company and Daimler share the same idea of ​​electric vehicles, noting that the creation of the new series is a breakthrough for the industry.

According to media presentation of "Denza" means the company is leading in this area, which will open a new scheme ejecerá sector and a major impact on the Chinese market.

According to Wang, the model will have a lot of autonomy and a high level of security, and noted for its quality and propulsion.