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Most major countries have announced that by the time of 2035 or so they will discontinue producing vehicles with internal-combustion engine. My next car, either in Taiwan or in the States, must be an electrical one with AI tech if I have to drive any longer. (You know, I must "renew" my drive license in Taiwan next month, by replacing it with the one for senior only.)
Thanks to our fellow blogger Mr. reaizuguo* for his introduction of the status of electrical cars in China Mainland, who is taking lead in the world. (https://classic-blog.udn.com/azhg/175494200)
Now I found a tearful but encouraging history of Chinas long, winding road in car making at:
PS Dear islanders, have you well prepared yourselves for the age of electrical vehicles? Where is your sufficient electricity and convenient charging piles?
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