A new electric car company will be coming to market in a matter of weeks, and one of the most anticipated products in its lineup is the one that it plans to unveil next week: an electric vehicle factory.
Electric vehicles, or EVs, are electric vehicles powered by electricity.
The vehicles are also capable of using gas engines and gasoline.
The cost of electric vehicles has been plummeting, as a growing number of states have enacted laws requiring electric vehicles to have plug-in charging infrastructure, a requirement that has led to a massive influx of new electric vehicles into the market.
But when it comes to the economics behind the electric car industry, there’s a long history of investing in companies with the intention of selling them at a loss, or at least having them lose money on their investment.
While there are some reasons why the industry may be facing a loss on its investments, the biggest one is the fact that EVs are generally less reliable than gas vehicles.
In an interview with Vice News, electric vehicle CEO John Kraus told the magazine that while the new company, which is still in its infancy, will be making EVs in China, the Chinese are “very good at making their own batteries.”
The company will produce its first vehicle in 2017, Kraus said.
The company plans to make 10 vehicles a year in the next three years.
The first one is expected to go into production in 2019, and the second vehicle will come out in 2020.
While the electric vehicle industry has seen rapid growth, the companies that are doing the most are not necessarily the ones with the best returns on investment.
In addition to the big name automakers, many smaller companies are also making EVs.
That includes a number of smaller companies in China that are competing with the biggest names in the industry.