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  • BYD leading the 'charge' with all-electric lineup at MIAS 2023

    With the passage of the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act, many carmakers are jumping onto the electric-vehicle (EV) scene. These include Hyundai with its IONIQ 5 and the upcoming IONIQ 6, along with Kia’s EV6. But BYD has long had an all-EV lineup, which it showcased at the 2023 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). “EVs offer a number of benefits over traditional gasoline-powered vehicles, including lower emissions, reduced fuel costs, and smoother and quieter operations,” said Mark T

    VJ BacunganVJ Bacungan

    Apr 20, 2023

  • Why are Electric Vehicles still so expensive in the Philippines?

    With the passing of the EVIDA Law in the Philippines, Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Battery Electric Vehicles, or HEV's and BEVs for short, are starting to pop up in the market from all different kinds of manufacturers. The Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act (EVIDA), Republic Act No. 11697 is primarily focused on developing a manufacturing industry for electric vehicles. It also reinforces the EV-specific importation provisions of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law i

    Mark PolicarpioMark Policarpio

    Dec 26, 2022

  • Every EV available in the Philippines today

    EVs in the Philippines are starting to make their way into the public consciousness. What before was just one is now several, with more on the way, not forgetting that they’re bringing their hybrid cousins with them to the party. But what EVs are even available in the country? Nissan Leaf So the OG EV in the country is the Nissan Leaf. As the first to be sold, it was a lightning bolt to the other car companies operating here, telling them, “Hey. The Philippines is gearing up to welcome EVs. If y

    Mark PolicarpioMark Policarpio

    Dec 8, 2022

  • Toyota and BYD Collaborate on a New EV Sedan in China

    Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer, BYD and Toyota are collaborating on a new EV sedan called the Toyota bZ3. In what looks like the production version of the Toyota bz SDN concept unveiled in 2021, the upcoming EV will run on BYD's FinDreams Battery and electric motors. It will sit on Toyota's new e-TNGA pure electric platform. The rear-wheel drive bZ3 will be produced by FAW Toyota, the joint venture manufacturing plant of Toyota and FAW, based on information released by China's Ministry of

    Mikko DavidMikko David

    Sep 1, 2022

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