The world’s first YouTube live stream of China’s chargers has been streamed live on YouTube, with the world’s most famous charging station showing its full range of products including electric cars and electric vehicles.
The livestream was recorded at the China Power Company’s HQ in Hangzhou and is the first time a live-streamed product of China has been on YouTube.
The company has since posted a video of the footage online.
The video shows the range of the chargers range, from the cheapest EV to the most expensive one.
“It was a very cool experience for me,” one viewer, named Yang, told Reuters news agency.
“This is how I will spend my days in the future.”
China has been a leader in the electric car revolution in recent years, with some of its charging stations being in some of the most exclusive places in the world.
The Beijing-based company is known for building out its own EV charging network and has also announced it will begin charging its own models at its factories in the country.
The company says it has been able to increase its production capacity from 300,000 to 1 million vehicles a month.
“China is the most dynamic country in terms of EVs,” said Yang, adding that he had also been surprised by the range available in China.
“The Chinese chargers are so high quality.”
“The real reason is the quality of the product, not the range.”
The Beijing charger site is also known for having the highest average price for an electric vehicle at US$2,750, more than double the average price in the US.
Chinese chargers have also recently been seen at some of Hollywood’s biggest movie theaters, and other entertainment centres including the Metropolis theatre, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Royal Albert Hall.
In the US, the average sale price for a Tesla Model S electric car is $67,878, but a Tesla can sell for $88,500, according to the US Department of Energy.