BYD and Daimler's Denza EV released in China

On April 20, 2014, the Denza full electric vehicle (EV) was released at the Beijing International Auto Show 2014. The vehicle was developed by Shenzhen BYD-Daimler New Technology Corporation (known as Denza), a joint venture company, and is equally owned by BYD and Daimler. The vehicle has alread...

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