There is one noticeable change in this Chinese city now it mostly drives EVs

For some reason, most people hadn't thought of that.
  • China is one of the world’s largest markets for EVs
  • After buying foreign EVs for a while, China is now focusing on domestic brands, too
  • This massive EV adoption comes with a ‘side effect’ no one had really considered

Published on Dec 22, 2023 at 7:37PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 18, 2024 at 8:18PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

Somebody filmed an everyday traffic scene in China and the clip is going viral for the weirdest of reasons.

People are beginning to notice there’s something different when you compare this clip with other equivalent clips of the same city.

It’s the sound.

Or lack thereof.

China is at the forefront of EV adoption and now that most vehicles are electric, the city streets are surprisingly silent.

What’s more, Chinese EVs – like the Avatr 11 – have cutting-edge technology not seen elsewhere.

Check out the wild footage in the video down below!

You might be interested in

Related Articles

Aerial shots show the progress and scale of $1 trillion giga-project 'The Line' in Saudi Arabia
Concorde simulator shows you exactly what it'd be like to fly Concorde
Miami will be home to America's first Mercedes-Benz residential tower
eVTOL air taxi completes its first inter-city flight in China
Dubai shares project update on building the world's biggest airport
Volkswagen unveils working prototype of Flying Tiger electric flying car
Chinese EV minivan charges in lightning speed and outdoes any western EV
'Tetra' superyacht concept 'flies' over water and looks like an Imperial 'Star Wars' spaceship