the largest new energy transport operator in Mexico has purchased 1000 units of
BYD D1 from BYD Mexico, among which 200 units of D1 have been put into
operation in Mexico. Around 1,000 units
of D1 formed the largest EV taxi fleet outside of China, which will offer over
3,000 jobs in Mexico.
is equipped with BYD’s blade battery, providing an NEDC driving range of up to
418 km. Its right rear door is designed as a side sliding one, which is easy
for passengers to get on and off the car and can avoid blind spot accidents.
Its wide backseat space also provides passengers with comfort.
Rosette, Co-director of Mobility Platforms of Vemo, said, "Having BYD's D1
models as part of the Vemo's electric fleet will allow us to increase our
operational capabilities with mobility platforms and the availability of our
recharging infrastructure. The fleet can save 20,000 tons of carbon emissions
each year, which is equivalent to planting 1 million trees. We believe that
promoting sustainable development through green products will benefit the
Mexican people, as well as people around the world.”
and VEMO will join hands to develop electrified transportation in Mexico and
provide great sustainable mobility options for local people.
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