Renault-Nissan announced plans to build electric cars in China in a new venture with Dongfeng Motor to hinder cars in the world in the background of Beijing’s Quiet Quotients with Nil Emissions Vehicles Fulfil.

The company, EGT New Energy Automobiles, develops an electric mini SUV to be produced in 2019. Dongfeng said the car making Alliance for sale under its own brands. Dongfeng already builds conventional vehicles with Nissan and his French father, Renault.

China, the world’s largest car market, wants an account for all plug-in electric and hybrid cars, at least one fifth of its vehicle sales in 2025, as well as politicians dealing with alarming levels of pollution in big cities.

Renault-Nissan has so far carried out the use of modern electric cars thanks to the first class Nissan Leaf introduced in 2010 and the Renaults Zoe-subcompact started two years later.

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Trust in electrification China has changed the minds of many car makers who have invested in high-recharge electric or hybrid vehicles.

The Hybrid Pioneer Toyota vehicle fired the battery only as it suddenly reversed the course of last year, confirming plans for investments in electric cars to a large extent reflecting Beijing’s demands.

Renault-Nissan’s decision “confirms the joint commitment to the development of competitive electric vehicles on the Chinese market,” said President Alliance Carlos Ghosn. The statement did not contain any financial data or product details.

However, Ghosn has previously been told that he aims at “changing the game” with a low-cost electric car for less than $ 8,000 by Chinese incentives – and ultimately without it.

The program is led by Gerard Detourbet, who has developed a conventional SUV kwid budget for India and is likely to use its Chinese battery architecture; the Engineer has had knowledge of plans for Reuters.

China’s recent quota proposals, which will come into force next year, would require eight percent of the car’s sales as a plug-in electric or hybrid battery – in 2019 to 10 percent in 2020 to 12 percent.