SsangYong electric truck confirmed for upcoming year with BYD batteries
【Summary】SsangYong confirms electric ute with BYD batteries for 2024 production.
SsangYong, a South Korean automaker, has announced a new agreement with BYD, a leading Chinese battery manufacturer. According to a media statement from SsangYong, this agreement will involve the integration of battery packs produced in Korea into their upcoming electric vehicles, including the Torres EVX and the company's new electric pick-up. Mass production of these vehicles is expected to begin in the second half of 2024.
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