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Le Supercar to battle Tesla, Financed by Chinese Billionaire!

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G. David Felt
Staff Writer Alternative Energy - www.CheersandGears.com


Le Supercar to battle Tesla, Financed by Chinese Billionaire!




Seems Frankfurt auto show is on an EV roll out as multiple companies show off their auto's and some especially interesting designs come from the electric auto segment. Thunder Power showed off their near production ready 4 door sedan and EV Racer car a cross between Speed racer and Fanboy racer game crowd.


Now we have LeTV Billionaire announcing that he has hired 600 individuals from Tesla, BMW iCar, and GM's Volt groups to create from scratch an all new EV auto that will top what Tesla and others have shown to date. 200 if the folks work in the US with the other 400 in China. The Le Supercar production version will be introduced to the world at the 2016 Beijing auto show.


He sees a completely connected auto that can have media streamed to it increasing profits to his LeTV corporation from around the world. Seems the EV auto is about to go main stream in the next few years.




Big question is does this mean Karma is a bit late to the game or can it still survive with all the new auto startups?

Bigger question, how soon before all the established auto companies have Tesla competitors for sale?

Biggest question, Could this be an indicator of just how fast we could change from Petro to electric auto's world wide?


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