Signal from the Future: The Rise of Tiny Electric Cars in China

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China’s road to vehicle electrification has taken an interesting turn of late. In lieu of full-size cars, Chinese commuters are flocking to tiny alternatives that look and perform more like golf carts or rickshaws than Teslas. In 2019, these low-cost, low-speed vehicles actually outsold traditional electric cars by 2 to 1.

Please join our member-only discussion with Oliver Bruce next week, as he explores the popularity of tiny cars (or heavy micromobility) in China and what it means for the rest of the world. Guests include:

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