KANDI ELECTRIC CAR STRATEGY
Kandi Technologies, producer of go-carts, electric and all-terrain vehicles, has entered into a 50:50 joint venture with China‘s largest Automotive group, Geely to produce electric vehicles for the Chinese mainland. The Geely subsidiary, Shanghai Maple was the automotive giant’s signatory to the joint venture. The new company called Zhejiang Kandi Electric Vehicles Investment had initial registered capital of $160 million. The first phase of its EV plant, completed in 2013 and situated in the Changxing Economic DevelopmentZone, Zhejiang Province produces around 100,000 per anum.
The company modeled a CarShare program after the largest bike share program in the world, which started in the city of Hangzhou. In 2012 Kandi Technologies signed an agreement with the city of Hangzhou for the supply of 20,000 electric vehicles. Modeled on a vending machine concept, the program allows clients to lease a car on a per hour, week, month or long lease of between 1 and three years. The lease includes maintenance, insurance, and even electricity. Vehicles are returned to the garage (vending machine) to swap out empty batteries full ones.
The company is also a big player in the Neighbourhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) market with its Coco model. Other models in development include an SUV, MPV, the K13, K18, and K20.
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