Home / Metal News / Cobalt & Lithium / The China Automobile Association released the list of 36 models involved in the second batch of new energy vehicles going to the countryside.
The China Automobile Association released the list of 36 models involved in the second batch of new energy vehicles going to the countryside.
Sep 2,2020 09:19CST
translation
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM: on Sept. 1, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers announced the list of the second batch of enterprises and models participating in the activities of new energy vehicles going to the countryside. The list includes 14 companies, including SAIC GM Wuling, BYD, Changan Automobile, Great Wall Automobile, Chery Commercial vehicle, and a total of 36 models.

新能源下乡

Photo: China Automobile Industry Association

Since the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Agriculture and Village, and the Ministry of Commerce have jointly organized activities for new energy vehicles to go to the countryside, new energy vehicle manufacturers have attached great importance to, actively participated in, and actively offered profits; relevant local people's governments have also responded positively by issuing various preferential policies to encourage new energy vehicles to go to the countryside to help carry out activities. The China Automobile Association expressed the hope that the relevant enterprises will seriously prepare and actively participate in the follow-up activities.

The following is a list of enterprises and models of new energy vehicles going to the countryside:

新能源下乡

Click to understand and sign up for the 2020 China Automotive New Materials Application Summit Forum.

Scan the QR code above to view the business cards of the participating companies and sign up online

Scan the QR code and follow the official account of Wechat, a new energy source of SMM, cobalt and lithium.

New energy vehicles
going to the countryside

For queries, please contact Frank LIU at liuxiaolei@smm.cn

For more information on how to access our research reports, please email service.en@smm.cn

Related news