79Buick launched a sub brand Avenir bet high-end models|Buick launched a sub brand Avenir bet high-end models6

Buick launched a sub brand Avenir on high-end models according to the "Automotive News" reported that due to growing consumer of high-end brands and models of demand, Buick has launched a sub brand of Avenir, bet on high-end models. Buick vice president of global sales, service and market Duncan Aldred in September 30th said in a statement, "Avenir will become Buick’s brand image, now and in the future will be the best way of expression of our luxury experience." Buick official said, after the statistical analysis of the consumer information found after the changes, Avenir sub brand is to adapt to this trend and produce. At present, the average age of consumers is decreasing, and the proportion of female consumers is increasing. Buick is aware of, and will raise the price of space, 90% to buy the most expensive models Kore’s (ginseng, pictures, inquiry) crossover, and selection is one of the top two models. Avenir is the "future" in French, and is the name of a flagship concept car released by GM’s retired design director, Edward ·, Ed Welburn at the 2015 Detroit auto show. Buick said it would provide more information about the Avenir price and products in the future.

17The United States a new electric bus charging can run 966 kilometers|The United States a new electric bus charging can run 966 kilometers4

The United States a new electric bus charging a 966 km long distance electric bus manufacturer Proterra has been focused on the development of electric bus technology. According to foreign media reports, Proterra recently launched a new electric bus Catalyst E2, tested in the Michelin test site in South Carolina, the bus after a charge can run 600 miles (about 966 kilometers). Catalyst E2 battery capacity of up to 440 – 660 kWh. Proterra said Catalyst E2, a conventional battery configuration after charging mileage (ginseng, pictures, inquiry) for 194-350 miles (312-563 km), the United States can cover most of the traffic route, this also means that it can replace the currently used in liquefied natural gas as fuel for the direct bus. Proterra CEO Ryan Popple said: "it is no longer the problem of who are early adopters of this technology, but who will be the last one to adhere to clean, efficient and sustainable future of the company. Catalyst E2 can replace all the use of fossil fuel buses, battery electric cars are now breaking the final hurdle, and will be widely used in the market."