Wang Xing, chairman and CEO of Meituan, and Mu Rongjun, executive director, both no longer shareholders of Shanghai Tutuan Technology Co., Ltd., the main operator of Meituan's online ride-hailing business.
Geely-owned automotive brand Zeekr officially opened its second model, the Zeekr 009, for reservations on November 1. The new vehicle is available in two versions, with cruising ranges of 702 km and 822 km.
LEVC, a high-end commercial car brand owned by Geely, released a new online ride-hailing platform on October 31 called "Top Hat Travel," or "Limao Chuxing" in Chinese. Top Hat Travel focuses on high-quality and customized travel services.
Geely Automobile announced at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) at noon on October 31 that it has proposed to spin off Zeekr Intelligent Technology Holding Limited (Zeekr) and list it independently.
Meizu, a Chinese smartphone brand, announced on October 27 the "FlymeAuto" vehicle system, saying that it is the extension of Meizu's Flyme smartphone operating system for smart vehicle consoles.
JIDU, an intelligent electric vehicle company backed by Chinese tech giant Baidu and automotive leader Geely, officially released its first-ever robocar, ROBO-01 Lunar Edition. Priced at 399,800 yuan ($55,253), it is a co-branded model in cooperation with the China’s Lunar Exploration Project.
Li Xiang, Founder of Chinese EV maker Li Auto, recently commented on the crowded seat arrangement of Geely-backed Zeekr's 009 model, which prompted a response by Victor Yang, senior vice president of Geely and CMO of Zeekr.
Geely-owned new energy vehicle brand Farizon Auto on October 26 announced its completion of pre-A round financing totaling over $300 million, led by Hidden Hill Capital which is backed by Singapore's Global Logistics Properties Ltd.
Meizu, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer acquired by Geely Chairman’s venture, posted a job recruitment notice in the automotive field on a domestic recruitment website, which stirred some discussion in the industry.
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.
Geely announced that its flying car subsidiary Aerofugia had obtained the training qualification certificate from China's Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) for its tiltrotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
China's automobile export volume in September was 301,000 vehicles, up 73.9% year-on-year. Since August this year, the monthly export volume of Chinese automobiles has exceeded 300,000 vehicles.
On September 30, two subsidiaries of Geely’s Volvo Cars and Zhejiang Haoqing Automotive Manufacturing Co., Ltd., an automobile manufacturing company that produces Volvo cars, issued a recall plan in China.
Polestar, a premium electric vehicle brand jointly owned by Volvo and Geely, on October 13 unveiled its first all-electric SUV, the Polestar 3. The model will be made available on the Chinese market in two versions for 880,000 yuan ($122,388) and 1.03 million yuan ($143,210).
Zeekr, a high-end intelligent electric vehicle brand owned by Chinese automotive company Geely, announced on October 12 that the 50,000th unit of its Zeekr 001, a luxury electric coupe, was completed.
On October 10, Geely's high-end smart electric vehicle brand Zeekr unveiled the interior of its new Zeekr 009 model, also confirming that it will officially debut on November 1.
Flying cars, as the intersection of automobiles, aviation and new energy, have attracted plenty of capital over the past few years.
RD6, the first mass-produced pure electric pickup model under the RADAR brand owned by Geely, completed production in Shandong Province and opened for pre-sale on September 30.
Leading Chinese car manufacturing group Geely announced on September 30 that it had completed its acquisition of a 7.60% stake in British luxury marque Aston Martin.
Geely-backed premium electric vehicle manufacturer Polestar will premiere its first SUV, Polestar 3, at a launch event on October 12, in Copenhagen, Denmark.