After four years, number of exhibitors at EV Taiwan show has grown to 92.
Trade show important to help Taiwan keep pace with Japan, China and South Korea.
Achensa 2-seat EV has 3 kW traction motor powered by lithium-iron phosphorous batteries.
Dijiya produces electric scooter for Audi – and soon for BMW.
EV Taiwan visitors test-drive silent electric motorcycles.
TAITRA Vice Chairman San Gee speaks during opening ceremony.
Cynthia Kiang, deputy director general for Bureau of Foreign Trade, says Taiwanese companies to be at competitive disadvantage without free-trade agreements.
Gasoline-powered motorcycles extremely popular in Taipei.
Visitors walk past yellow BMW at Taipei AMPA parts show, held in conjunction with EV Taiwan.
Classic Mustang draws attention at Taipei AMPA parts show.
The EV Taiwan show is being held this week in Taipei, along with three other automotive conferences. Taiwan has 150 companies dedicated to the EV sector manufacturing components such as electric motors, batteries and controls.
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