HEFEI, Oct. 6, 2019 (Xinhua) — Auto shows during China’s long National Day holiday (September 29-October 6) or “Golden Week” reflected this popularity, as new energy vehicles increasingly become the new stars of the automotive world. Car showrooms all over China.
The 2023 Hefei International New Energy Vehicle Exhibition in Hefei City, Anhui Province, eastern China, from September 29 to October 4, witnessed the display of new energy vehicles from 95 local and international brands, and more than 1,000 vehicles.
“After calculating the price and other factors, do you think you are ready to buy a new energy vehicle? “I came to the exhibition to see suitable models,” said Zhang Zhou, a Hefei resident who already owns a gasoline car. Zhang wanted to buy a model priced at around 200,000 yuan (about 1.02 million baht).
In addition to small cars worth tens of thousands of yuan, the event will also include feature-rich cars worth up to 1 million yuan (about 5.13 million baht) to meet a variety of needs.
This event features several brands of new energy vehicles. Covering global giants like Audi. Mercedes-Benz and BMW, including dark horse automakers from China such as BYD, Chery and Neo, are actively participating in the auto show.
Wu Hu, another visitor to the event revealed that the intelligent driving experience and entertainment features of domestic brands of new energy vehicles are very attractive.
Dai Xiaohui, a Cherry booth employee of local automakers, said she received more than 100 orders for different models in one day. This is equivalent to the entire month’s sales for a standard dealer.
Cheng Li, a resident of Hefei, was another visitor to the event. She said the current construction and coverage of shipping facilities is sufficient. Make new energy vehicles fully meet travel needs.
By the way, information from the China Automobile Manufacturers Association states that China is the largest producer and market of new energy vehicles in the world. Through sales of new energy vehicles in China during the period from January to August, the total number reaches more than 5.37 million vehicles, an increase of 39.2 percent year on year.
The Chinese government’s latest roadmap for the auto industry sets a target to push new energy vehicle sales this year to reach 9 million units, an increase of 30 percent year-on-year.
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