Published: Apr 28, 2022
Toyota Motor Thailand will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Excise Department on Friday to make its future electric vehicles eligible for the government’s price subsidy, the department chief said on Thursday.
Published: Apr 27, 2022
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Energy Absolute have signed a 160 million baht loan agreement to finance an electric ferry fleet for Bangkok, the first such transport system in Southeast Asia, the ADB announced in a press release on Wednesday.
Published: Apr 01, 2022
The new MG ZS EV and MG EP have won positive feedback after their price was adjusted as part of the government’s EV incentive campaign, the manufacturer and distributor of MG cars in Thailand said on Thursday.
Published: Mar 28, 2022
BMW Thailand is holding talks with its parent company in Germany to manufacture electric vehicles (EVs) at its Rayong factory so that BMW EVs can tap the subsidy and excise reduction package offered by the government, a source said.
Published: Mar 25, 2022
Primer Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has told the government's spokespersons to observe the current motor show and report on the response to measures aimed at promoting the use and manufacture of electrical vehicles.
Published: Mar 24, 2022
There will be enough EV charging stations to serve Thailand’s target to have 1.05 million electric vehicles in the next three years and consumers should not worry about running out of power on the road, according to Sharge, a major EV solutions provider.
Published: Mar 23, 2022
Bangkok – 22 March 2022 - SAIC Motor-CP and MG Sales (Thailand), the manufacturer and distributor of MG cars in Thailand, announces the official price of the NEW MG ZS EV, the company's latest 100% electric vehicle model, starting at 949,000 baht while also celebrating the 50,000-unit sales volume of smart SUV MG ZS with the debut of the NEW MG ZS Limited Edition, available for 500 units.
Published: Mar 22, 2022
The Excise Department is expecting more automakers to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the production and use of electric vehicles (EV) in Thailand after two EV manufacturers – Great Wall Motor (GWM) Manufacturing Ltd and MG Sales Thailand Ltd – on Monday inked the deal with the department.