Two Chinese startups, the largest in the production of electric cars, announced that the new passenger cars they had launched last week would go on sale in 2019. The Chinese authorities have introduced subsidies to support sales of electric vehicles in the country, which they plan to abandon by 2020. According to CNBC, in less than 2 years before, Chinese startups Nio and Xpeng released new electric cars. Prices excluding subsidies for the ES6 car of the first company are set at 400,000 yuan less than the price of Tesla electric cars and start at 358,000 yuan. Prices for the G3 car of the second company start at 227,000,800 yuan.
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