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    This same thing was posted just 7 posts up thread. C'mon people, at least read what's already been posted before just copy pasting stuff in.
     

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    Reality, as it often does, can bite people in the ass hard enough that they can't help but knowledge it. It's the truly obstinate people who ignore the discomfort of reality biting them.
     

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    The report follows Chinese EV maker BYD, the world’s largest EV maker, releasing a $14,000 EV in February that could “demolish” domestic EVs, often $40,000 more expensive.”

    “The report says China uses Mexico's trade relationship with the United States to avoid high tariffs. The Institute for Energy Research says BYD will dodge a 27.5% tariff from China by building a factory in Mexico where tariffs are 2.5%.”

    “Without high tariffs, U.S. auto executives at Tesla and Stellantis have said BYD could “demolish” the domestic EV industry. AAM President Scott Paul said America’s auto industry “stands squarely in the path of devastation.”



     

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    The report follows Chinese EV maker BYD, the world’s largest EV maker, releasing a $14,000 EV in February that could “demolish” domestic EVs, often $40,000 more expensive.”

    “The report says China uses Mexico's trade relationship with the United States to avoid high tariffs. The Institute for Energy Research says BYD will dodge a 27.5% tariff from China by building a factory in Mexico where tariffs are 2.5%.”

    “Without high tariffs, U.S. auto executives at Tesla and Stellantis have said BYD could “demolish” the domestic EV industry. AAM President Scott Paul said America’s auto industry “stands squarely in the path of devastation.”



    Finally, an affordable-disposable EV. (At least more affordable). ;)
     
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