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  • JJE Is Awarded Its Largest Production Contract by North America Customer
    2021-06-28
    JJE North America, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jing-Jin Electric Technologies, has been nominated by a large US automotive OEM for a 200kW 3-in-1 Electric Drive Module (EDM). The EDM will be applied to multiple Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) platforms for the customer’s high-end and mid-market brands across North American, European, and Asia-Pacific markets. Starting in 2022, JJE will produce the EDM in its newly established, highly automated manufacturing facility located in Farmington Hills, Michigan. This nomination represents the largest single production award in JJE’s history.
  • FAW Appeared with Latest R&D Outcomes at the 2021 China Brand Day
    2021-06-28
    Under the theme of “China Brand, Global Sharing; Focusing on Dual Circulation, Leading New Consumption”, the 2021 China Brand Day events were held from May 10 to 12 in Shanghai. The three-day events, held both online and offline, attracted more than 1,500 enterprises, including middle and small-sized innovative ones.
  • Baojun Launches Valli Station Wagon
    2021-06-24
    Baojun has launched the new Valli station wagon featuring a 1.5L turbocharged engine. The Valli has been optimized to meet the needs of family and business users, with a length of 4,685 millimeters, width of 1,806 millimeters, height of 1,485 millimeters and wheelbase of 2,700 millimeters.
  • Buick Grows Its Premium SUV Lineup in China with the All-New Envision Plus
    2021-06-23
    Buick today reinforced its competitive position in the most popular midsize SUV segment in China with the introduction of the all-new Envision Plus.
  • GWM’s sales volume in Australia and New Zealand ranks top ten, hitting a new high
    2021-06-23
    According to VFACTS data on new car sales in April, good news came from Australia and New Zealand, the other side of the ocean. GWM's sales volume in Australia rose rapidly in April, with a year-on-year increase of 672% and a growth of more than 25% for three consecutive months. Among them, GWM POER’s monthly sales volume has a market share of 3%, with a growth of 50%, ranking the 8th as a whole and becoming the winner in terms of China's pickup sales volume in Australia. Moreover, in New Zealand, it advanced into the top ten with a year-on-year increase of 186%.
  • Geely Presents Vision Starburst
    2021-06-11
    8 June 2021, Shanghai, China. Geely Design Shanghai presented a new design vision derived from Geely’s “Expanding Cosmos” design philosophy that pushes the boundaries of technology and innovation in the new digital age. Vision Starburst examines a new and alternative expression of the “Expanding Cosmos” design philosophy which Geely Auto is using as a design board for future models.
  • Mostafa: This Truck Is My Home
    2021-06-11
    It's harvest season again. Mostafa from Bangladesh is about to embark on a new journey together with his old buddy. Moving car Leaving the village behind Through known roads,On the moving road People find closure with each other.
  • GWM starts vehicle production in Thailand
    2021-06-11
    Two technicians work at Great Wall Motors' production line in Rayong, Thailand. Great Wall Motors' plant in Thailand started operation on Wednesday, marking the latest step of the largest Chinese pickup and SUV maker to explore overseas markets.
  • Smart cars to see explosive growth after 2023
    2021-06-03
    Guangzhou-based XPeng shows its G3 model at the Shanghai auto show. The sector of smart electric vehicles is picking up speed in China's big cities, and their sales are expected to soar rapidly after 2023 when high-level autonomous features are available, said a senior executive at the country's leading startup Xpeng Motors.
  • NIO-branded new model code-named ‘Gemini’ to be launched next year
    2021-06-03
    Last month, a report saying NIO would launch a low-end vehicle model code-named “Gemini”. In response to the report, Qin Lihong, co-founder of NIO, recently said the “Gemini” is a new vehicle the startup plans to launch next year and will be still under the brand of “NIO”.