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The Driven Podcast: Direct imports to lift EV choice for Australian consumers

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Giles Parkinson

Nexport’s Luke Todd on plans to import four electric vehicle models from China’s BYD, and creating a platform for more EV makers to import directly into Australia.

Todd also outlines the company’s plans for a major EV manufacturing facility in NSW, focusing initially on buses and then vans, but says there is potential to revive a car manufacturing market in Australia.

You can read out story on it here. See: Nexport targets four BYD electric models in first stage of big EV import plan

You can find previous episodes of The Driven here, or on your favourite podcast platform.

Solaray Energy is a proud sponsor of The Driven Podcast.

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