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Numerous Chinese two-wheeler manufacturers bundle their electro-know-how for two-wheelers and thus present themselves on the EICMA.
"Cooperation, Joint Success and Terminated Development - China's new motorcycle and electric vehicle brand presents itself in Milan and presents itself to the world public". Under this motto, the cooperation project recently founded on the occasion of the EICMA starts.concentrated surcharge
For the first time, the 'China Motor & E-Vehicle Corps', a group of Chinese companies that have joined together to the project will introduce the new products, technologies and solutions to each participating brand. It should be shown concepts and solutions for the medium and short distance transport.
At present, the Chinese partnership includes motorcycle manufacturers Ariic, CFMoto, Cyclone, Dayang, Dayun, QJMotor, Valley, Teamer, Teyin, Voge, Znen and Zontes, as well as the electric vehicle manufacturers Aima, Okai, Tailg, Tromox, Xinri and Yadea. Overall, nearly 20 motorcycle companies will participate. The cooperation is also supported by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce.
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