It was not included in their report, but they did release information about Vaporin's numbers as a separate matter. They weren't spectacular, but Vaporin has more resources behind them, so they can survive longer. Not sure what the numbers will be going forward, we shall see.
Obviously I am not comparing the actual companies. I am purely pointing out a profit/valuation ratio. My point is that market caps don't always directly correlate with profits, or potential profits. I see no reason why Apple should be worth 200 billion more than is was not too long ago, they certainly didn't make any monumental improvements in products, profits or anything; at least not 200 billion worth. In my opinion, they only have such a high market cap as a result of the split they did.
KNDI went through a period where they were very over valued, when it went up to 20+. Obviously the market corrected for that. But like I said, assuming that KNDI is not actually just a money laundering scam, which I personally don't believe it is, I can see the potential for lots of potential growth in the future. China is a massive market, and they really are in need of a massive increase in EV cars and solar power, or they are all going to just poison themselves from all the smog. Will KNDI be a wild success? who knows, but someone in the ev space will become successful. And considering China has I believe the second largest Lithium reserves on the planet, it makes sense for them to use it in such a way.
Just to bring some perspective. Apples most recent quarter's profit was equal to 1.8% of their valuation, and Kandi's most recent quarter profit was equal to 1.2% of their valuation. full year 2014 numbers are similar as far as profit/valuations goes. So if KNDI is such a horrible value, than isn't AAPL way over valued as well? I personally think apple is way over valued, and I don't see thaaat how much they can feasibly keep growing, compared to how much potential growth KNDI has; assuming KNDI is not a total scam which I doubt it is.
Not to mention your whole comment is just dumb, because you only are valuing based on their go-cart sales, which they hardly even focus on any more....