Chinese automobile manufacturer Great Wall Motor announced that its factory in Iracemapolis, Brazil will begin operations on May 1, 2024.
During a high-altitude test drive on March 29, the Tank 500 vehicle produced by Tank, a sub-brand of Chinese automobile manufacturer Great Wall Motor, rolled over and caused multiple injuries.
Chen Siying, former deputy general manager of Geely's Lynk & Co's sales company, officially joined Great Wall Motor on January 30 as CEO of the WEY brand and general manager of marketing for the TANK brand.
XPeng, a Chinese smart electric vehicle company, on January 30 announced that Wang Fengying has been appointed as the new president of the company. Wang previously worked at Great Wall Motor for over 30 years.
Wang Fengying, the former general manager of Great Wall Motor, reportedly will replace He Xiaopeng, the founder, chairman and CEO of XPeng Motors, as CEO.
On December 30, the 20th Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition officially opened and attracted many car companies that hope to stimulate consumers' enthusiasm for buying cars during the New Year's Day holiday.
At the 39th Thailand International Motor Expo, which lasted for 13 days, Chinese brand BYD unveiled seven models. On December 12, the closing day of the auto show, the BYD APP was officially launched in the country.
With its advantages in automobile manufacturing and preferential tariff policies, Thailand is emerging as an important destination for China's new energy vehicle makers to begin exploring international markets.
Henry Xia, President and Co-founder of Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng, denied rumors on November 6 that the company may be considering adopting an extended-range power system in the future.
With the arrival of the "Double 11 Shopping Festival", many Chinese automobile companies, such as Leapmotor, NETA Auto and AITO, have launched preferential policies with values as high as 13,000 yuan ($1,793) for vehicle purchases.
As the target valuation of Mobileye, an autonomous driving subsidiary of Intel, continues to be lowered, the field of autonomous driving chips in China is active. Many local car companies such as Great Wall Motor and BYD are accelerating their investments in the chip industry.
Compared with the heads of other Chinese auto firms, Wei Jianjun, Founder and Chairman of Great Wall Motor (GWM), tends to operate in a very low-key manner, but the new energy business map he has been developing is impressive.
In recent years, traditional Chinese car enterprises such as Great Wall Motor, BYD and Geely have made persistent efforts in the field of plug-in hybrid vehicles, opening up new space for the further development of new energy vehicles.
Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor showcased various new energy vehicle models at the Paris Motor Show on October 17, including the WEY Mocca PHEV (Coffee 01), Latte PHEV (Coffee 02), ORA Funky Cat, ORA Funky Cat GT, and Lightning Cat, among others.
Recently, FAW-Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz and other car companies have trended on Chinese social media because of their pop-up advertisements displayed in their vehicle systems. In fact, Great Wall Motor's HAVAL and NIO car owners have posted a few times about the same problem.
NETA Auto, a Chinese electric vehicle maker that has recently witnessed rapid sales growth, issued an announcement on October 12, showing that the rights and interests of NETA S users have been fully upgraded, with some changes to functional configurations.
Chinese automotive firm Great Wall Motor's HAVAL H6 PHEV model officially went on sale in Thailand on October 7, marking the first time the car has been launched in an overseas market since its domestic launch on September 28.
On August 26, the brand-new Mocca DHT-PHEV lidar version of WEY, a sub-brand of Great Wall Motor, made its debut at the Chengdu Motor Show.
On August 22, Chinese automaker Great Wall Motor announced at a new energy strategy conference in Beijing that its sub-brand HAVAL will stop selling fuel-powered vehicles before 2030.
Chinese automobile manufacturer Great Wall Motor announced on August 16 that it has signed a strategic cooperation contract with the Xishan Economic and Technological Development Zone in Jiangsu province.