"...Whatever the outcome of this uncertainty, one thing is clear: what was once hailed as a potential EV revolution in China is turning out to be more akin to an incremental evolution." http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2011/11/who-killed-chinas-electric-car/247990/
POOR RANGE 25-50 MILES not going to be effective in country with average 10 mile traffic tieups..NOT ENOUGH INFRASTRUCTURE IN CHINA TO SUPPORT PLUGGING IN EV CARS AT RESIDENCES AS WELL AS ON THE FLY. THEN LACK OF STANDARDS BETWEEN EV MAKERS AND EV CHARGING STATIONS..this will plague the development another 5- 10 years..for china
I think your wrong on the part of not enough infrastructure. That argument is rediculous to be honest.It cost alot more money to bury tanks and set up pumps vs. a receptacle.We already have 3 types of chargers.A 30A or 60A all have their own standard receptacle and plug.Don't worry though they will be facing law suits shortly since they haven't actually produced any Alias EV but have been taking reservations for the past 2 years on their website.