The flashy temporary pavilions in Munich city center showcasing the latest models from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen were the public face of IAA Mobility, Germany’s biennial motor show, which ended on 10 September. German vehicles were perhaps less in evidence in the showrooms a few miles away, where the Chinese electric vehicles (EVs) making inroads in Europe were clamoring for attention and floor space. Fears of a flood of well-made, well-styled and better-value EVs from the east that would compete with Europe’s established carmakers have now jolted EU makers into action.
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