SHENZHEN, China (AP) — The Chineseautomaker that sold more electric cars last year than Tesla, Nissan or GM istaking a back road into the American market on a battery-powered bus.
Detouring around the cost and risk ofconsumer sales, BYD Co. has quietly built a U.S. business supplyingrechargeable buses to environmentally-minded transit agencies. Its factorynorth of Los Angeles, opened in 2013, is on track to deliver 300 this year.
The company has dipped its toe into theU.S. auto market by launching test fleets of plug-in electric taxis in Chicagoand New York City.
Denis 23 hours ago 3 1
The stupid US cannot match the competitionso it does it does best that is blocking the entrance of the Chinese advancedtechnology into the US market. I hope the Chinese government or business peopledo the same to US products trying to entering the Chinese market.
Rottweiler 23 hours ago 1 1
You mean China's inferior copycattechnology ?
Careful you don't get electrocuted in thosepeasant cars .... lol
John 19 hours ago 0 3
If American tax laws didn't encourageoff-shoring of work and factories, maybe we could be competitive. Thank ourgovernment for ruining our ongoing future potential.
Micheal Sydney 23 hours ago 3 2
MADE IN CHINA...sorry don't want it. Bringmore industry back to North America.
John 19 hours ago 0 0
Not until tax laws change. Those cheapoffshore resources are desired by our American (I should say"American") companies.
Bob 13 hours ago 0 0
Michael, the article said these Chinesebuses are being made in America. That's what we need!