Posts Tagged: DiDi

DiDi to launch shared EV fleet in Mexico

Chinese ridesharing company DiDi Chuxing plans to launch a fleet of electrified vehicles in Mexico. The rollout will include over 700 EVs and hybrids from OEMs such as BYD and Renault. Of these, 200 EVs will be for the exclusive use of DiDi drivers.  DiDi claims to operate the world’s largest EV fleet, including nearly… Read more »

Chinese ridesharing colossus Didi Chuxing to build charging network

Didi Chuxing may not be familiar to most Americans, but the gargantuan Chinese mobility provider claims to be the world’s largest online transportation platform. It has over 450 million users and 21 million drivers in 400 cities across China. Now the company has announced plans to build its own EV charging network. “We have started… Read more »

NEVS and DiDi develop EV optimized for self-driving mobility services

NEVS, former owner or the Saab brand, has formed a strategic partnership with mobility service provider DiDi Chuxing to develop an EV that’s optimized for a self-driving, on-demand mobility service. The first vehicle used in the cooperation will be the NEVS 9-3. DiDi Chuxing, which acquired Uber China in August 2016, offers a range of… Read more »