Geely puts LEVC at heart of global electric commercial vehicle plans

Michael Holder
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LEVC launched its first electric black cabs onto London's roads this year | Credit: LEVC
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LEVC launched its first electric black cabs onto London's roads this year | Credit: LEVC

But plans to produce electric vans at LEVC's Coventry factory have been shelved until 'early 2020s' amid Brexit market headwinds

Electric taxi manufacturer LEVC and its Chinese parent company Geely have announced plans to step up development of electric commercial vehicles for markets around the world in response to growing corporate...

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