iPhone maker Foxconn Reveals 3 New Electric Cars With Names Eerily Similar To Tesla's

[li]Apple supplier Foxconn is getting into the electric-vehicle game.[/li][li]It revealed three electric prototypes during an event on Monday: an SUV, a sedan, and a bus.[/li][li]Foxconn plans to build a range of EVs for car companies.[/li][/ul]
Foxconn, the largest electronics contract manufacturer in the world and Apple’s main iPhone supplier, is getting into the electric-vehicle business.
During an event on Monday, the Taiwanese tech giant unveiled its first three prototype vehicles: a bus, an SUV, and a sedan. Foxconn doesn’t plan to sell consumer EVs itself, but rather to build them for auto industry customers, which will sell the vehicles under their own brand names.
The SUV, called the Model C, will offer seating for up to seven people, a range of up to 435 miles, and a 0-62-mph time of 3.8 seconds, Foxconn said. The Model E, a big luxury sedan, promises 750 horsepower and a range of up to 466 miles. Tesla’s longest-range car can go 405 miles on a full battery, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency.


Foxconn also showed off an electric bus called the Model T.
Foxconn’s product names sound eerily similar to Tesla’s lineup, which comprises the Model S, Model 3, Model Y, and Model X. Ford’s claim to fame was the Model T, and the company also owns the US trademark for the Model E name. That blocked Tesla from naming its third vehicle the Model E, forcing it to swap in a “3” instead.
All the EVs were developed by Foxtron, a joint venture between Foxconn and Yulon Group, a Taiwanese automaker. Foxconn envisions an EV platform that can be adapted for a wide range of vehicles. Yulon will be Foxconn’s first EV customer.

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China are picking up gears on electric cars. It’s amazing Japanese have a slow start. They may never catch up. Tesla motor technology is unreal, they have figured ways to reduce back emf on motors and are way ahead in that area. Japanese attention to quality is unbelievable. You can take a 25 year old Lexus to a Toyota dealership and they still honor warranties on that aged vehicle.

Japs are crazy when it comes to morality. An engineer would rather commit suicide because of guilt if his machine caused a death due to his shoddy work.

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Takata is no longer purely Japanese company, (Joyson Safety Systems) it’s been infiltrated by greedy Westerners, greedy capitalists that you know how they run Boeing.

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