BYD's gasoline vehicles fly off the lot, while its electric vehicles wait at the charging station

One of the most promising players in the hybrid and electric vehicle market, BYD, has announced that it is delaying mass-production of its electric vehicle the E6, originally planned to begin in mid 2010. Instead, this year the company will produce just 100 units of the E6 for use in a taxi demonstr...

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