Kandi Brings America’s Most Affordable Electric Vehicles to Market, Announces August 18 Virtual Event to Kick-off Pre-Sales

GARLAND, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jul 29, 2020–

Kandi America, the U.S. subsidiary of Kandi Technologies Group, Inc. (NASDAQ GS: KNDI), an international automotive manufacturer, announced today its formal launch of the most affordable electric vehicles (EVs) on the U.S. market, with an initial focus on the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

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In conjunction, it has unveiled the “Kandi. Auto EVolution for all” campaign that centers around a live virtual launch event on August 18 to kick-off pre-sales and allow customers to put a fully-refundable $100 deposit down for models K27 and K23, which will be available for delivery in fourth quarter 2020.

“Electric vehicles have been valued for years for their efficiency, sustainability and innovation. However, owning the ‘it’ car often

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Cars We Remember column: 1970-1974 Dodge Challengers are the rarest of pony cars – Business – The Topeka Capital-Journal

Q: Greg, I’m a big fan of the pony cars from the 1960s and early 1970s. I know the Dodge Challenger is one of the rare ones, so can you give your opinion of this car? It was only built for a few years. Also your opinions from back then on pony cars?
– Jack L., Daytona Beach, Florida

A: Happy to Jack. With the popularity of collector cars growing by the day, Chrysler deserves an extra pat on the back for not only re-introducing the Dodge Challenger as a modern, retro offering back in 2010, its initial short run of just five years from 1970 to 1974 with the initial Challenger deserves a closer look.

Because the other pony cars had a big head start, the Dodge Challenger appeared pretty late in the muscle/pony car era. Ford Mustang and Plymouth Barracuda led the way in 1964, while Pontiac Firebird

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Coronavirus pandemic helps bicycle shop as people opt outside

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    MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) — Changing habits because of the coronavirus has been forcing more people outside, some of those folks have turned to biking to spend their free time.

That in turn made bicycles a hot commodity during this pandemic and Cadence 120 was sold out at one point and customers were waiting days if not weeks to hit the trail.

“There’s no way to predict this,” said Brad Burton, Owner of Cadence 120 Bicycles. “I wouldn’t have even predicted this at the beginning of March.”

It would be an understatement to say the bike business is booming.

“This will be our best year ever by far,” Burton said. “Not by a little bit, by a long bit.”

For months the shop has not been able to keep bicycles on the shelves.

They have a few ready to go right now and they

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Couple accused of hate crimes after attack on vehicle in Torrance is caught on video

A married couple were arrested and charged with hate crimes Friday for allegedly using a shovel to smash the vehicle of another couple, with the wife heard on video saying,”White lives matter,” and her husband seen performing a Nazi salute during the incident, authorities said.


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Gregory Howell of Carson and his wife, Rachel Howell of Seal Beach, both 29, were allegedly caught on video during the incident about 10:30 p.m. on July 22, according to the Torrance Police Department.

In the video circulated on social media, the two suspects — who appear to be a white man and white woman — are seen outside of their white pickup at a stoplight near Artesia Boulevard and Prairie Avenue, according to Torrance police Sgt. Alexander Martinez.

In the video, recorded from inside the vehicle that was attacked, the woman says, “White lives matter,” and, “Only white lives matter,” adding expletives.

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