New gas coolers from China are so much cooler than the ones you can buy in the US
Chinese companies have launched the world’s first all-electric gas coolings, designed to rival those in the United States.
The companies say they will use their new technologies to cool more than 500 million cars in China over the next four years.
The Chinese state-owned company Baidu announced the plans in December, saying it will sell its first batch of electric cars by 2021, as well as a number of plug-in hybrids.
The company said in December that it would use its new electric cars to power 60 million vehicles in the country by 2025.
The technology will be rolled out in China by the end of 2019, and the government has agreed to pay $4.3 billion for the company.
Baidui is part of the state-backed China Mobile group, which owns most of China’s wireless carrier.
The new electric vehicles, called the Electric Drive, will be sold by the same company that owns Chinese internet giant Baidua, which has been trying to win American consumers over to its own products.
China Mobile says the new vehicles will be built on state-of-the-art electric motors, and they will come with a range of technologies including electric batteries, wireless charging and electric propulsion.
Bayside Energy says the company’s electric cars will be “the first to achieve high energy density, efficient propulsion, efficient cooling, and excellent environmental performance”.
But critics say the vehicles won’t be much better than those made by Tesla Motors and Toyota Motor.
The Chinese government has made clear it doesn’t want to sell electric cars in the way it sold electric vehicles in Germany and the US.
China is already one of the world the world leader in EVs, and its electric cars are often praised for their efficiency and fuel economy.
But the country has yet to build a fully-electric vehicle market.