The demand for electric vehicles in China has gained more momentum as the country aims to sharpen its edge by taking fossil fuel powered vehicles off the road.
Sales have increased as more cities joined the electric vehicles era to find a solution to traffic jams and reduce carbon emissions.
Last year, the total of plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) sales in China were 2.8 times above that of the Unite States.
According to the US Department of Energy (DOE), China sold about 555,300 vehicles compared to just below 200,000 in the US.
Chinese electric vehicle brands like Weltmeister and Byton have expertise and insight into the industry, previously holding top positions within established car companies Fiat and BMW.
Weltmeister aims to make its cars affordable to Chinese consumers, while Byton targets the high-end market by taking electric vehicles of BMW, Benz and Tesla as their rivals.
According to China news, it is not an easy job to set a brand and make it stand out.
Investors have offered financial support for these ventures and are patiently awaiting more turnovers.