Recently, a car blogger reported that a local netizen spotted a BYD Han EV being tested on the streets of Los Angeles, U.S. From the photos taken, the Han EV has already been attached to the local manufacturer’s license plate, and the “BYD” and “Han” Chinese logos on the tail are particularly eye-catching in a foreign country. The Chinese logo on the tail is particularly eye-catching in a foreign country.
Interestingly, the test car that was photographed this time is still an old Han EV, so some domestic netizens said that the new car with Chinese knot tail lights should be pulled over, so that it can better realize cultural export.
This is not the first time Han EV has been photographed on the streets of the United States. At the end of May this year, there was a Han EV on the streets of Beverly Hills, California, and it did not have a license plate at that time, so it is possible that the same car was photographed on both occasions.
What makes it even more meaningful is that California, where Tesla is headquartered, some people say that BYD is coming up to gnaw the hard bone.
Not only in the United States, just today, BYD officially announced to enter the Japanese passenger car market, decided to start from January 2023, the sale of its seal (SEAL), dolphin (DOLPHIN), ATTO 3 (domestic named Yuan PLUS) three pure electric car.
These three cars are BYD’s new e-platform 3.0 models, and in the domestic market sales are booming, I wonder if this time in Japan, BYD can create another miracle?