Without doubt, the planet is heating up at an alarming rate. Especially in the Philippines. Based on a research, vehicle emission is a leading factor of air pollution in the country. With this comes a louder and more urgent call for sustainable mobility.
As the government continues to support the use of electric vehicles in the country, the industry is expected to grow in the coming years. But would the idea of an electric cars work here in the Philippines? As of now, we really can’t answer this question. But are we really going to wait for 5 years to 10 years before we became ready to shift to EV's?
Have you ever wanted to own an electric vehicle but dont know where and how to start?
Let me help you with the basics and understand how an electric vehicle works. Whether you’re thinking of purchasing an electric car or already have one, This guide is a basic starter that can help you determine whether Electric vehicle is right for you, and what benefits you might experience behind those wheels.
BYD Company Ltd. (BYD) and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announced recently that they have signed an agreement for the joint development of battery electric vehicles (BEVS). The two parties will jointly develop sedans and low-floor SUVS as well as the onboard batteries for their vehicles with the aim to launch them in the Chinese market under the Toyota brand in the first half of the 2020s.