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BYD, Toyota, Polestar reprieve: Tesla Model Y to soldier on without major update in 2024, says Elon Musk - EV Central

BYD, Toyota, Polestar reprieve: Tesla Model Y to soldier on without...

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The top-selling Tesla Model Y will soldier on unchanged until at least 2025 according to Tesla boss Elon Musk.
Lynk & Co Z10: more details surfaced from the Chinese MIIT

Lynk & Co Z10: more details surfaced from the Chinese MIIT

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All new Lynk & Co Z10 AWD has 580 kW, hits 0 - 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds

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76 Percent of Those Under Age 40 Would Consider a China-Model Car

76 Percent of Those Under Age 40 Would Consider a China-Model...

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Despite privacy concerns, a huge majority of young adults would buy a car from a Chinese auto company. Biden wants to stop them.
Best Value Electric Car 2024 – BYD Atto 3 | AutoTrader

Best Value Electric Car 2024 – BYD Atto 3 | AutoTrader

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Find out why the BYD Atto 3 is the 2024 winner of the Best Value Electric Car award

European auto stocks fall on uncertainty over China’s tariff response

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MILAN (Reuters) -Shares of some of Europe's biggest carmakers fell further on Thursday on uncertainty over how China might respond to the EU's new tariffs on imported Chinese electric vehicles to combat what Brussels sees as excessive subsidies from Beijing. "The risk is that China could also take action that would particularly hit the German OEMs who are exporting to China," said Stifel analyst Daniel Schwarz in Frankfurt. Some investors, however, expect a balanced response from Beijing as Chinese carmakers will still be able to export to Europe, albeit at lower margins.
Europe’s electric car tariffs sting China but won’t halt BYD’s advance

Europe’s electric car tariffs sting China but won’t halt BYD’s advance

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After months of investigation, the European Union (EU) has announced provisional tariffs on electric vehicles (EV) imported from China, because of what it sees as Beijing’s unfair support for companies that undercut European carmakers.
EU Tariffs On EVs Won’t Derail BYD Billionaire Wang’s Expansion Plans

EU Tariffs On EVs Won’t Derail BYD Billionaire Wang’s Expansion Plans

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BYD, the Chinese electric vehicle maker can manage the European Union’s additional tariffs on EVs from China—and may grab market share from more severely affected rivals.
EU Imposes High Tariffs On Chinese Electric Cars; BYD, Geely, And SAIC Likely Hardest Hit

EU Imposes High Tariffs On Chinese Electric Cars; BYD, Geely, And...

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The EU slams Chinese electric vehicles with tariffs as high as 38.1%, accusing them of unfair subsidies. BYD, Geely, and SAIC are likely hardest hit. New tariffs will come into action starting July 4th, 2024. ​​EU carmakers express concern about potential retaliation from China, raising worries of a broader trade war., Electric Vehicles News - Times Now
China EV Stocks Rise on Bets Tariffs Are Manageable: Street Wrap

China EV Stocks Rise on Bets Tariffs Are Manageable: Street Wrap

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(Bloomberg) -- Chinese electric-vehicle stocks gained as analysts said the European Union’s preliminary announcement of tariff increases was in line with market expectations and manageable for companies with cost strength like BYD Co Ltd. Most Read from BloombergHunter Biden Was Convicted. His Dad’s Reaction Was Remarkable.US Inflation Broadly Cools in Encouraging Sign for Fed OfficialsFed Officials Dial Back Rate Forecasts, Signal Just One ‘24 CutStock Bull Run Breaks Record on Fed Decision Day

What’s Going On With Chinese EV Stocks Nio, Li Auto, XPeng...

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Brussels' decision to impose tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles will impact companies such as BYD Co (OTC:BYDDF) and SAIC, as well as Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA), which manufactures in China. Starting next month, the European Commission plans to apply provisional duties of up to 25% on imported Chinese EVs, aiming to counteract the subsidies Chinese manufacturers receive from their government. This measure could escalate to about 35%, significantly lower than the 100% duties applied by the U.S., t