CnEVPost Newsletter: BYD launches 3 EV models in Indonesia; Tesla to display Cybertruck in China
BYD has launched the Seal, Dolphin and Atto 3 in Indonesia and plans to invest $1.3 billion in a plant with a capacity of 150,000 vehicles.
Tesla began purchasing cathode coils from two second-tier Chinese battery makers in the second half of 2023 and shipping them to its Texas factory in the US to produce 4680 batteries, according to local media.
Tesla in China is asking those interested to choose the city where they want the Cybertruck to make its debut, but the pickup may not be available for sale in the country for the foreseeable future.
A new car carrier joins the fleet of SAIC's Anji Logistics, bringing the total number of vessels to 31.
The price war for power batteries is intensifying, with the world's two largest battery makers reportedly pushing battery costs down further.
The meeting covered topics including promoting the development of the NEV industry, boosting NEV consumption, and encouraging the expansion in overseas markets, according to local media.
Ganfeng will supply battery-grade lithium hydroxide products to Hyundai Motor under a contract valid from January 1, 2024 to December 31, 2027.
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