AOXIN NEW ENERGY ELECTRIC CARS
Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd. is based in Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province and was founded in 2006 after which it was bought by Dongfeng Motors in 2007 which sold it to the Yancheng Municipal Government in 2009. The company also manufactures an electric utility vehicle. The company markets its vehicles through the Las Vegas-based 2050Motors company. In February 2016 the company announced that it is applying for approval to build a manufacturing plant in Southern Nevada, not far from Faraday Future’s planned plant. The Aoxin IBIS and the Aoxin New Energy logo are inspired by Tesla to put it gently.
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