New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) in China


Kazuo Ken

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@zszczhyx I saw GAC and MG, with a few BYD dealership, what's popular here are the light Trucks (JAC) and heavy duty trucks, HOWO and SINOTRUCK are very popular beating their Japanese and Korean rivals by a mile. Its suite our conditioned and are not maintenance heavy.
In Malaysia Isuzu is still the king of light truck. Also Hino. I didn't see JAC at all. For heavy truck its very mix of brands. You can have Volvo, Scania, Man, Mitsubishi Fuso, UD truck, Hino, Dongfeng, Foton, Sinotruk. I think Hino still numba 1 in Malaysia.
 

Kazuo Ken

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@zszczhyx I saw GAC and MG, with a few BYD dealership, what's popular here are the light Trucks (JAC) and heavy duty trucks, HOWO and SINOTRUCK are very popular beating their Japanese and Korean rivals by a mile. Its suite our conditioned and are not maintenance heavy.
In Malaysia Maxxus, Haval.
 

ansy1968

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In Malaysia Isuzu is still the king of light truck. Also Hino. I didn't see JAC at all. For heavy truck its very mix of brands. You can have Volvo, Scania, Man, Mitsubishi Fuso, UD truck, Hino, Dongfeng, Foton, Sinotruk. I think Hino still numba 1 in Malaysia.
@Kazuo Ken Bro in light trucks I forgot to include Foton, they're neck to neck with JAC.
 

Tyler

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Why Seres headquarters is in the United States? However this company is a subsidiary of Chongqing Sokon Industry Group, so it's Chinese or American?

I am waiting for a brand Huawei cars. They didn't announce this, but Huawei also didn't announce before its automobiles tech plans. So I believe it would be a good business idea because Huawei soon will be able to produce 28 nm chips with its subsidiary in Shanghai, and cars don't need very advanced chips. What's more, EV is now booming.
A Huawei P50 smartphone and EV combination would be fun to have.
 

ILikeChina

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Huawei is getting into EV making business...

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Lol, what I said few posts earlier.

Huawei soon will be able to make their own chips for cars, because they don't need to be made at the leading-edge process. Advanced smartphones need to wait to probably ~2025. Or earlier if Samsung can provide a de-americanized chip line.

So we may see in the future Huawei brand cars, exciting.
 

KampfAlwin

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Lol, what I said few posts earlier.

Huawei soon will be able to make their own chips for cars, because they don't need to be made at the leading-edge process. Advanced smartphones need to wait to probably ~2025. Or earlier if Samsung can provide a de-americanized chip line.

So we may see in the future Huawei brand cars, exciting.
Huawei cars running on HarmonyOS? :p
 

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