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Chinese sub-brand Zeekr from Geely will release six new electric cars by 2025
Chinese sub-brand Zeekr from Geely will release six new electric cars by 2025

Geely’s luxury sub-brand Zeekr plans to launch six new electric vehicles by 2025, including a minivan. On the eve, spy photos of this car have already hit the Internet. Portal “Chinese Cars” learned some details about the future novelty. The minivan, now codenamed EF1E, and all other Zeekr electric vehicles are expected to be based… More

Geely began selling the updated crossover Coolray
Geely began selling the updated crossover Coolray

In the Celestial Empire, the acceptance of applications for the modernized crossover was opened the day before, and despite the technical upgrade, the novelty did not rise in price. Restyling markers – different bumpers, a radiator grille and wheels, a modified “robot” selector, as well as a multimedia system with an enlarged 12.3-inch touchscreen (it… More

Geely and Renault agreed on technology exchange
Geely and Renault agreed on technology exchange

Chinese holding Geely and Renault Group signed a memorandum of understanding, which involves cooperation in the development of hybrids, the exchange of technologies and resources. It is about creating a joint venture that will produce and sell hybrid vehicles under the Renault brand in China. The agreement also contains a clause on the South Korean… More

Geely Binyue updated and received a large screen multimedia system
Geely Binyue updated and received a large screen multimedia system

Geely has circulated images of the updated Binyue crossover, known in several other countries as Coolray. The brand specifies that it will be some kind of stylish version, and promises that the novelty will be available at local dealers before the end of this summer. The “refreshed” Binyue has slightly changed from the outside –… More

Geely is preparing a sedan with Volvo equipment to combat the Camry
Geely is preparing a sedan with Volvo equipment to combat the Camry

The Chinese novelty will be built on the Swedish modular CMA platform. The competitor Toyota Camry is aimed at a younger audience. Geely will offer customers an updated version of the Preface sedan, which is based on Volvo’s CMA modular architecture. We are waiting for the appearance of new items this year, while the first… More

Is Volvo no longer China? The company will buy the rights from Geely
Is Volvo no longer China? The company will buy the rights from Geely

Volvo Cars has signed an agreement with its parent company, Geely Holding, to acquire a stake in the latter in joint ventures in China with the aim of gaining full control over car factories and sales in the country. The acquisition of an additional 50% stake in Daqing Volvo Car Manufacturing Co., Ltd and Shanghai… More

Geely began selling a huge cheap crossover
Geely began selling a huge cheap crossover

Geely has started selling the Xingyue L crossover in China. The price tag starts from 148 thousand yuan (approximately $ 22,900 at the current exchange rate). Geely Xingyue L is built on Volvo’s CMA platform. Length – 4,770 millimeters (mm), width – 1,895 mm, height – 1,689 mm, distance between axles – 2,845 mm. Under… More

Lynk Co 05+ on Volvo platform, preparing for debut
Lynk Co 05+ on Volvo platform, preparing for debut

Lynk & Co, which belongs to the Geely brand, will release the new 05+ coupe-crossover. The forthcoming novelty is set to be a powerful version of the standard 05 cross-coupe launched two years ago. It is expected that the coupe-crossover Lynk & Co 05+, which was “spotted” in the database of the Chinese Ministry of… More

Volvo and Geely will jointly produce all their internal combustion engines
Volvo and Geely will jointly produce all their internal combustion engines

Volvo Cars and the Chinese concern Geely Holding, which owns it, have created a joint venture Aurobay, which will be transferred to the development and production of powertrains. Aurobay will supply combustion engines, transmissions and hybrid systems for Volvo Cars, Geely, Lynk & Co. Volvo Cars will transfer its engine plants in Sweden and China… More