Xiaomi and Huawei will soon launch electric cars.
Huawei is in talks for a partnership with government-owned Changal Automobiles to develop the electric car. In addition, the company is also in talks with Beijing-backed BAIC Group’s BluePark New Energy Technology to manufacture electric vehicles.
Decision taken due to increasing demand for electric car- Xiaomi and Huawei company knows that in the coming days, the demand for electric cars will increase rapidly in the world and the attention will be paid to mobility keeping the environment clean. In such a situation, both the companies are accelerating the manufacture of electric car. At the same time, Richard Yu, head of Huawei’s consumer business group, has now focused his attention on EVs (electric vehicles) which will target a wider market on a wider scale. The company has made tremendous progress in the world of smartphones under the leadership of Richard Yu.
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Xiaomi is also going to make electric car Xiaomi is also planning to manufacture an electric car. But it is not clear yet, with whom Xiaomi will develop an electric car. As far as project leadership is concerned, the current CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, will directly take over the reins. In 2013, Lei Jun visited the United States twice to meet with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, and now it seems that his interest in the field has increased.Also read: Modified Yamaha Enticer that has been made, now like Harley-Davidson, know everything
This company is making electric car in India- The country’s major automobile manufacturers Tata, Mahindra and Maruti are engaged in the development of electric vehicles in the country. Out of which Tata and Mahindra have already launched their electric car in the market. At the same time, all these companies are engaged in the manufacture of electric cars giving more range keeping in mind the future. At the same time, the government can also reduce the slab of GST tax on car batteries in the GST Council meeting to be held in March to promote electric cars.