I agree. But a "Green" cars category might be too big. Maybe this group could be divided into two:
"EVs, HEVs, PHEVs, and fuel cell cars"
"alternative fuel ICE cars".
In any case with the rapid growth of these distinct types of cars, a change should be made here.
Actually, I would say that the site is working fine as it is, without the need for a new section for Chinese "green" cars.
For example, if someone already has a carmaker in mind that makes the green car they like, or are already looking at, all they have to do is go to that car manufacturer on this website and look around. The threads will tell what is being discussed in them and it will be obvious.
As a further example, I am interested in the BYD e6 all-electric vehicle. Well, try this one out for yourself if you want to. Just go to that carmaker's section, click on it, and look at the threads. You can try the "search" function, but you really don't even need to do that. Just read the titles of the threads for BYD and click on something that mentions "e6" in it.
I think we're already good to go as we are on here. I would welcome anybody else's opinions, though, so do bring them in here.
I think chinese auto makers have accelerated efforts to develop electric cars and take a leadership role in the next generation of vehicle technology after last year's record high oil prices and concerns about climate change fueled a global push toward green cars.
"The Chinese government has adopted aggressive plans to boost new energy vehicles,?said Wang Aiping, an analyst at automotive consulting firm, Global Insight. "But within the next 10 years, large-scale production will still remain a great challenge.
The 'green' car industry in China is growing fastly and have bright future for this newly innovation technology in this time. Right now we’re in the initial phases of radical change in the automobile industry.