Technology advancements are redefining how people use EVs and how EVs must be designed, and China is leading the charge.
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[Editor’s note: This is the second in a series examining China’s ascendant electric vehicle sector. We examine key players, their strategies and how China has come to dominate EV manufacturing, challenging Tesla and leaving established carmakers in the dust.]
What’s at stake?
China played the long game to develop its domestic EV market and build a national automotive industry in the process. China has already locked up the supply chain for current-generation EV batteries and is changing EV usage patterns and consumer applications on its home turf. How will China’s EV accomplishments affect the still-developing EV market beyond its borders?
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